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NORTH CAROLINA 

REGIS TER 



VOLUME 14 • ISSUE 6 • Pages 426 - 509 



September 15, 1999 



SEP 1 7 1999 



IN THIS ISSUE 

Executive Orders 

Agriculture 

Cosmetic Art Examiners 

Dental Examiners, Board of 

Electrical Contractors, Board of Examiners 

Environment and Natural Resources 

General Contractors, Licensing Board for 

Health and Human Services 

Insurance 

Pharmacy, Board of 

Physical Therapy Examiners, Board of 

Plumbing, Heating & Fire Sprinkler 

Public Education 

Real Estate Commission 

Transportation 

Rules Review Commission 

Contested Case Decisions 



PUBLISHED BY 

The Office of Administrative Hearings 
Rules Division 
PO Drawer 27447 
Raleigh, NC 27611-7447 
Telephone (919) 733-2678 
Fax (919) 733-3462 



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For those persons that have questions or concerns regarding the Administrative Procedure Act or any of its 
components, consult with the agencies below. The bolded headings are typical issues which the give( 
agency can address, but are not inclusive. 

Rule Notices, Filings, Register, Deadlines. Copies of Proposed Rules, etc. 

Office of Adminislralivc Hearings 

Rules Division 

Capehart-Crocker House (919) 733-2678 

424 North Blount Street (919) 733-3462 FAX 

Raleigh, North Carolina 2760 1-2817 



contact: Molly Masich, Director APA Services 
Ruby Creech, Publications Coordinator 



Fiscal Notes & Economic Analysis 

Office of State Budget and Management 

1 1 6 West Jones Street 

Raleigh, North Carolina 27603-8005 

contact: Warren Plonk, Economist III 



Rule Review and Legal Issues 

Rules Review Commission 
1307 Glenwood Ave., Suite 159 
Raleigh, North Carolina 27605 

contact: Joe DeLuca Jr., Staff Director Counsel 
Bobby Bryan, Staff Attorney 



mmasich@oah. state. nc. us 
rcreech@oah. state. nc. us 



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(919) 733-0640 FAX 

wplonk@osbm.state.nc.us 



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Joint Legislative Administrative Procedure Oversight Committee 

545 Legislative Office Building 

300 North Salisbury Street (919) 733-2578 

Raleigh, North Carolina 2761 1 (919) 715-5460 FAX 



contact: Mary Shuping, Staff Liaison 



marys @ms.ncga.state.nc.us 



County and Municipality Government Questions or Notification 

NC Association of County Commissioners 

215 North Dawson Street (919) 715-2893 

Raleigh, North Carolina 27603 

contact: Jim Blackburn or Rebecca Troutman 



NC League of Municipalities 
2 1 5 North Dawson Street 
Raleigh, North Carolina 27603 

contact: Paula Thomas 



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1 

CORRECTION 



PUBLISHER'S NOTE: 



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The following Rule. ISA NCAC 3M .0202. was oniiucd in error by OAH from the notice published on Page 443 of this Issue 
of the Register. 

TITLE ISA - DEPARTMENT OF ENVIRONMENT AND NATURAL RESOURCES 

CHAPTER 3 - MARINE FISHERIES 

SUBCHAPTER 3M - FINFISH 

SECTION .0200 - STRIPED BASS 

.0202 SEASON, SIZE AND HARVEST LIMIT: INTERNAL COASTAL WATERS 

(a) The Fisheries Director may, by proclamation, impose any or all the following restrictions on the taking of striped bass in internal 
coastal waters: 

( 1 ) Specify season or seasons: 

(A) for hook-and-line fishing, for recreational purposes; 

(B) for commercial fishing operations equipm e nt between from October 1 through and April 30. 

(2) Specify areas. 

( 3 ) Specify quantity. 

(4) Specify means/methods. 

(5) Specify size, but the minimum size specified shall not be less than 18 inches total length, and 

(6) Require submission of statistical and biological data. 

Fish that do not meet the minimum size limit specified by proclamation shall immediately be returned to the waters from which taken 
regardless of condition. 

(b) The Fisheries Director may, by proclamation, impose any or all the following restrictions on the taking of striped bass by hook-and- 
ne or for recreatic^nal purposes in internal coastal waters in order to comply with the management requirements incorporated in the North 

Carolina Estuarine Striped Bass Plan: 

1 1 ) Specify quantity, but shall not exceed possession of more than three fish in any one day. and 
(2) Specify size, but the minimum si/c specified shall not be less than I X inches total length. 



Authority G.S. II3-I.U: 1L^-It!2: 1 13-221: 1438-289.52 



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NORTH CAROLINA 
REGISTER 




Volume 14. Issue 6 
Pages 426 - 509 



September 15, 1999 



This issue contains documents officially filed 
throusih Auizusl 24. 1999. 



Office of Administrative Hearings 

Rules Division 

424 North Blount Street (27601 ) 

PO Drawer 27447 

Raleigh. NC 2761 1-7447 

(919)733-2678 

FAX (919) 733-3462 



Julian Mann III, Director 

Camille Winston, Deputy Director 

Molly Masich. Director of APA Services 

Ruby Creech. Publications Coordinator 

Jean Shirley, Editorial Assistant 

Linda Dupree. Editorial Assistant 

Jessica Flowers, Editorial Assistant 



IN THIS ISSUE 

I. EXECUTIVE ORDERS 

Executive Order 154 426 

II. RULE-MAKING PROCEEDINGS 

Environment and Natural Resources 

Coastal Management 428 

Health Services 428 

Health and Human Services 
Social Services 427-428 

Licensing Boards 

Plumbing. Healing & Fire Sprinkler 429 

Real Estate Commission 429 - 432 

Public Education 
Elementar\ & Secondary Education 428 - 429 

III. PROPOSED RULES 
Environment and Natural Resources 

Environmental Management 434 - 443 

Health Services 468-474 

Marine Fisheries 443 - 468 

Insurance 

Life and Health Division 433 

Special Services Division 433 - 434 

Licensing Boards 
General Contractors. Licensing Board for . . . 474 - 480 
Pharmacy. Board of 480-482 

IV. TEMPORARY RULES 
Health and Human Services 

Health Services 483-487 

Licensing Boards 

Dental Examiners. Board of 487 - 489 

Physical Therapy Examiners. Board of 489 

V. APPROVED RULES 490 499 

Agriculture 

Food & Drug Prolectiim Di\'ision 

Grant Programs 
Environment and Natural Resources 

Coastal Management 

Marine Fisheries 
Health and Human Services 

Departmental Rules 

Income Maintenance: General 
Licensing Boards 

Cosmetic Art Examiners 

Dental Examiners, Board of 

Electrical Contractors, Board of Examiners 
Public Education 

Elementary and Secondary Education 
Transportation 

Motor Vehicle, Division of 

VI. RULES REVIEW COMMISSION 500 504 

VII. CONTESTED CASE DECISIONS 

Index to ALJ Decisions 505 - 509 

VIII. CUMULATIVE INDEX 1-72 



Narili Ccimliiui Rci^iswr is puhlistied senii-nionlhly lor Siyi per year hy the Office ol Adiiiinislrative Hearings. 424 Nunh Bluunl Slreel. Raleigh. NC 
27601 . (ISSN l.')200604) to mail at Penodicals Rales is paid at Raleigh, NC, POSTMASTER; Send Address changes to the Nurili Camliiui RcKi.^ler. 
PO Drawer 27447. Raleigh. NC 2761 1-7447. 



NORTH CAROLINA ADMINISTRATIVE CODE CLASSIFICATION SYSTEM 



The North Carolimi AJiniiiistrarive Cade (NCAC) has fiiur iiuijur subdivisions of rules. Two of these, titles and chapters, 
are mandatory. The major subdivision of the NCAC is the title. Each major department in the North Carolina executive 
branch of .uovenimeni has been assii;}ied a title number. Titles are further broken down into chapters which shall be 
numerical in order. The other two. subchapters and sections are optional subdivisions to be used b\ agencies when 
appropriate. 



TITLE/MAJOR DIVISIONS OF THE NORTH CAROLINA ADMINISTRATIVE CODE 



TITLE 


DEPARTMENT 


LICENSING BOARDS 


CHAPTER 


1 


Administration 


Acupuncture 


1 


-> 


AgiiLulture 


Architecture 


2 


3 


Auditor 


Athletic Trainer Examiners 


3 


4 


Coninierce 


Auctioneers 


4 


.S 


Correction 


Barber Examiners 


6 


6 


Council of Stale 


Certified Public Accountant Examiners 


8 


7 


Cultural Resources 


Chiropractic Examiners 


10 


8 


Elections 


Employee Assistance Professionals 


1 1 


9 


Governor 


General Contractors 


12 


10 


Health and Human Services 


Cosmetic Art Examiners 


14 


11 


Insurance 


Dental Examiners 


16 


i: 


Justice 


Dietetics/Nutrition 


17 


1_^ 


Labor 


Electrical Contractors 


18 


14A 


Crime Control & Public Safety 


Electrolysis 


19 


15A 


Environment and Natural Resources 


Foresters 


20 


16 


Public Education 


Geologists 


21 


1^ 


Revenue 


Hearing Aid Dealers and Fitters 


22 


18 


Secretary of State 


Landscape Architects 


26 


19A 


Transportation 


Landscape Contractors 


28 


20 


Treasurer 


Marital and Family Therapy 


31 


*21 


Occupational Licensing Boards 


Medical Examiners 


32 


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Administrative Procedures (Repealed) 


Midwifery Joint Committee 


33 


23 


Community Colleges 


Mortuary Science 


34 


24 


Independent Agencies 


Nursing 


36 


25 


State Personnel 


Nursing Home Administrators 


37 


26 


Administrative Hearings 


Occupational Therapists 


38 


27 


NC State Bar 


Opticians 


40 






Optometry 


42 






Osteopathic Examination & Reg. (Repealed) 


44 






Pastoral Counselors. Fee-Based Practicing 


4."^ 






Pharmacy 


46 






Physical Therapy Examiners 


48 






Plumbing. Heating & Fire Sprinkler Contractors 


50 






Podiatry Examiners 


52 






Professional Counselors 


53 






Psychology Board 


54 






Professional Engineers & Land Surveyors 


56 






Real Estate Appraisal Board 


57 






Real Estate Commission 


58 






Refrigeration Examiners 


60 






Sanitarian Examiners 


62 






Social Work Certification 


63 






Soil Scientists 


69 






Speech & Language Pathologists & Audiologists 


64 






Substance Abuse Professionals 


68 






Therapeutic Recreation Certification 


(^5 






Veterinarv Medical Board 


66 



Note: Title 21 contains the chapters of the various occupational licensing boar(Js. 



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EXECUTIVE ORDERS 



EXECUTIVE ORDER NO. 154 

AMENDING EXECUTIVE ORDER NO. 48 

CONCERNING THE STATE 

COMMISSION ON NATIONAL AND 

COMMUNITY SERVICE 

B\ the pmver vested in mc as Governor by the laws and 
Constitution of North CaroMna. IT IS ORDERED: 



Seetion 



Amendment of Exeeuli\e Order No. 48 



Exeeutive Order No. 4S. whieh estabhshed the North Carohna 
Commission on National and Community Serviee. is amended as 
follows: 

a. The Commission's name is changed to "North Carolina 
Commission on Volunteerism and Community Service." 

b. All language regarding the Standing Committee on Youth 
Voice is hereby rescinded, as the Committee no longer 
exists. 

c. Section 2. Part B, Subpart (8) is amended to read as 
follows: 

"At least two Commission members shall be individuals 
between the ages of 1 6 and 25 who are serviee providers 
or recipients in a volunteer or serviee program." 



Section 2, Part B. is amended h\ adding a Subpart ( 10). 

as follows: 

"( 10) The Director ol the Goxernor's Office of Citi/en 
and Community Services [referred to as "Governor's 
Office of Citi/en Affairs" in Executive Order No. 48| 
and the Director of the Department of Public 
Instructitm's Learn and Serve School-Based Program 
shall serve as non-voting, ex-officio members." 

The last sentence of the first paragraph of Section 5 is 

amended to read as follows: 

"Standing Committees of the Commission may include 
the following, but Committees may be added, abolished, 
or consolidated bv the Commission as its needs dictate:" 



Section 2. 



Effect on Executive Order No. 48 



Except as amended herein, all provisions of Executive Order No. 
48 shall remain in full force and effect. In addition to the 
foregoing. Executive Order No. 48, as amended, is hereby 
extended to December ^ 1 . 2000. 

Section 3. Effective Date 

This executive order is effective immediately. 

Done in the Capital City of Raleigh. North Carolina, this the 
Uthday of July. 1999. 



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A Notice of Rtilc-ntakiuii Piocecdiuiis is a stateiiwiit of subject matter of the iii;eiicy 's proposed rule making. Tlie agency must 
publish a notice of the subject matter f>r public comment at least 60 days prior to publishing the proposed text of a rule. 
Publication of a temporary ride serves as a Notice of Ride-nuiking Proceedings and can be fouiul in the Register under the 
section heading of Temporary Rules. A Rule-making Agenda published br an agency serves as Rule-nuiking Proceedings and 
can be fiund in the Regi^tcr under the section heading oj Rule-making .Agendas. Statutory reference: G.S. I50B-2I.2. 



TITLE 10 - DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH AND HUMAN 
SERVICES 

CHAPTER 24 - SOCIAL SERVICES 

* mtice of Rule-making Proceedings is hereby given by the 
l\ Social Services Commission in accordance with G.S. 
I50B-21.2. The agency shall subsequently publish in the Register 
the te.xt of the rulefs) it proposes to adopt as a result of this notice 
of rule-making proceedings and any comments received on this 
notice. 

Citation to Existing Rules Affected by this Rule-Making: JO 

NCAC24 

Authority for the rule-making: G.S. I4.^B-I54 

Statement of the Subject Matter: This chapter consists of 
geiwral rules relevant to the Division of Social Services. 

Reason for Proposed Action: The rules in this chapter will be 
updated, through ameiuhneiu. to reflect the General Statutes, the 
Division's current practices and any technical changes (i.e. 
Department name, program title, mailing address). 

Comment Procedures: Anyone wishing to comment should 
contact Sharnese Ransome. APA Coordinator, Social Services 
Commission, NC Division of Social Services, 2401 Mail Ser\ice 
Center. Raleigh. NC 27699-2401 . phone (919) 733-3055. 



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CHAPTER 42 - INDIVIDUAL AND FAMILY SUPPORT 



SUBCHAPTER 42A - ADULT PLACEMENT SERVICES, 



SUBCHAPTER 42V 



PROTECTIVE SERVICES FOR 
ADULTS 



x TOtice of Rule-making Proceedings is hereby given by the 
ly Social Services Commission in accordance with G.S. 
I50B-2I.2. The agency shall subsequently publish in the Register 
the te.xt of the rule(s) it proposes to adopt as a result of this notice 
of rule-making proceedings and any conunents received on this 
iuitice. 

Citation to Existing Rules Affected by this Rule-Making: 10 

NCAC42A, 10 NCAC 42V - Other rules may he proposed in the 
course of the rule-making process. 



Authority for the rule-making: G.S. I43B-I53 

Statement of the Subject Matter: The rules in 10 NCAC 42A 
establish a resident evaluation program for adult care homes to be 
adnunistered by county departments of social serx'ices. The ndes 
in 10 NCAC 42V govern the Adult Protective Seirices Program 
mandated by G.S. 1()8A, Article 6. 

Reason for Proposed Action: Legislation enacted by die 1999 
session of the General Assembly (S.L. 1999-237) requires count}' 
departments of social senices to implement a resident evaluation 
program for adult care homes. Rules need to he adopted to 
implement this legislation effective January I, 2000. Othei 
legislation (S.L. 1999-334) enacted by die 1999 session of the 
General Assembly establishes timeframes in G.S. 108A, Article 6 
(Protection of the Abused, Neglected, or Exploited Disabled Adult 
Act). The current rules governing this program need to either be 
repealed or amended to reflect this new legislative provision, and 
a new rule needs to be adopted to implement the new legislation. 

Comment Procedures: Anyone wishing to comment should 
contact Sharnese Ransome, APA Coordinat(>r, Social Services 
Commission, NC Division of Social Serx'ices. 325 N. Salisbuiy St., 
Raleigh, NC 27603, phone (919)733-3055. 

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CHAPTER 42 - INDIVIDUAL AND FAMILY SUPPORT 

SUBCHAPTER 42E - ADULT DAY CARE STANDARDS 
FOR CERTIFICATION 

SUBCHAPTER 42Z - ADULT DAY HEALTH 
STANDARDS FOR CERTIFICATION 

Ti jotice of Rule-making Proceedings is hereby given by the 
ly Social Services Commission in accordance ■vith G.S. 
150B-2I .2. The agency shall subsequently publish in the Rcjistei 



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die text of the rule(s) it proposes to adopt as a result i.ifthis notice 
of rule-making proceedings and any comments received on this 
notice. 

Citation to Existing Rules Affected by this Rule-Making: 1( 

NCAC42E. 10NCAC42Z- Other rules ma\ be propo.sed in th 
course of the rule-making process. 

Authority for the rule-making: G.S. 1 13 B- 1:- 3 

Statement of the Subject Matter: Id NCAC 42Luiid 10 NCAC 



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HZ govern the provisions of Adult Day Care and Adult Da\ 
Health seirices crs mandated hr G.S. l.^lD-6. 

Vteason for Proposed Action: These rules address provisions in 
SB-lOiS.L 1999-334} and will provide for implementation for the 
lew statutory requirements pertaining to disclosure requirements 
'or adult dav care /day health centers that advertises, markets, or 
tromotes themselves as providing special care services for 
lersons with Alzheimer's disease or other dementias. 

Comment Procedures: Anyone wishing to comment should 
■ontact Sharnese Raiisome. APA Coordinator. Social Services 
Commission. NC Division of Social Services. 325 N. Salishurv 
Street. Raleigh. NC 27603. (919)733-3055. 



TITLE ISA - DEPARTMENT OF ENVIRONMENT 
AND NATURAL RESOURCES 

CHAPTER 7 - COASTAL MANAGEMENT 

SUBCHAPTER 7H - STATE GUIDELINES FOR AREAS 
OF ENVIRONMENTAL CONCERN 

SUBCHAPTER 7J - PROCEDURES FOR HANDLING 
MAJOR DEVELOPMENT PERMITS: 
VARIANCE REQUESTS: APPEALS 
, FROM MINOR DEVELOPMENT DECISIONS: 
' AND DECLARATORY RULINGS 

SUBCHAPTER 7K - ACTIVITIES IN AREAS OF 

ENVIRONMENTAL CONCERN W HIGH 

DO NOT REQUIRE A COASTAL 

AREA MANAGEMENT ACT PERMIT 

Tk TOtice of Rule-making Proceedings is hereby given by the NC 
1\ Coastal Resources Commission in accordance with G.S. 
150B-21.2. The agency shall subsequently publish in the Register 
the text of the rulefs) it proposes to adopt as a result of this notice 
of rule-making proceedings and any comments received on this 
notice. 

Citation to Existing Rules Affected by this Rule-Making: ISA 

NCAC 7H.1100. .1200. .1300, .1400, .1500, .1600, .1800. .1900. 
.2000. .2100. .2200, .2300: 7J .0204. .0404, .0405. .0406: 7K 
.0203. .0208. Other rules may be proposed in the course of the 
rule-making process. 

Authority for the rule-making: G.S. II3A-II9.I 

Statement of the Subject Matter: These rule amendments woidd 
raise major permit application fees for public or commercial 
itrojects from $250 to $400, raise the application fees for minor 
mild general permits from $50 to $100. raise the fees for major 
development extension requests, minor permit modifications and 
permit transfers from $50 to $100 and raise the fees for 



exemptions of private bulkheads, riprap, piers and single family 
residences from $0 to $50. Permit fees have not been increased 
since 19^1. 

Reason for Proposed Action: The Coastal Resources 
Commission asked staff to present options for raising permit fees 
as allowed by statutory authority. The costs of issuing permits 
exceeds the amount collected. In addition, local governments have 
indicated that the reimbursement pnnided by the state for minor 
permits is not adequate. 

Comment Procedures: Comments should be provided to Cathy 
Brittingham. Coastal Policy Analyst. DCM. PO Box 27687. 
Raleigh. NC 2761 1-7687. 

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CHAPTER 18 - ENVIRONMENTAL HEALTH 

SUBCHAPTER 18A - SANITATION 

Ty TOtice of Rule-making Proceedings is hereby given by the 
ly Commission for Health Services in accordance with G.S. 
1 50B-21 .2. The agency shall subsequently publish in the Register 
the te.xt of the rule(s) it proposes to adopt as a result of this notice 
of rule-making proceedings and any comments received on this 
notice. 

Citation to Existing Rules Affected by this Rule-Making: I5A 

NCAC I8A .2515 - Other rules may be proposed in the ccnirse of 
the rule-making process. 

Authority for the rule-making: G.S. 1 30A-280-282 

Statement of the Subject Matter: Requirements for design 
depths and construction of public swimming pool shells. 

Reason for Proposed Action: C(>rrect a misiaken addition of 
language not approved by the Commission for Health Services in 
a previous rule amendment. The existing language was rejected 
by the Commission for Health Senices based on negative public 
comments received during a previous hearing and comment phase. 
The language was to have been removed but mistakenly remained 
in the rule. 

Comment Procedures: Please send all comments to Jim Hayes. 
Division of Environmental Health. Environmental Health Senices 
Section. 1632 Mail Senice Center. Raleigh. NC 27699-1632. 



TITLE 16 - DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC EDUCATION 

CHAPTER 6 - ELEMENTARY AND SECONDARY 
EDUCATION 

SUBCHAPTER 6C - PERSONNEL 



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SUBCHAPTER 6E - STUDENTS 

SUBCHAPTER 6G - EDUCATION AGENCY 
RELATIONS 

SUBCHAPTER 6H - FEDERAL PROGRAMS 

» v>tice of Rule-making Proceedings is hereby given by ilie State 
1 V Board of Eiliicatioti in accordance with G.S. I50B-2 1.2. Tiie 
agency sliaU siibseciitently publish in the Rgister the te.xt of the 
ritle(s) it proposes to adopt as a result of this notue of rule-making 
proceedings and any comments received on this notice. 

Citation to Existing Rules Affected by this Riile-Mal<ing: 16 

NCAC 6C .0100 - .0400: 6E .0202: 6G .0502: 6H .010.1 .0106. 
.0107. Other rules may be proposed in the course of the rule- 
making process. 

Authority for the rule-making: G.S. 115-12(9): 115-284: 115 
-296: 115-315: 115-471: 115C-47(4): 1 15C-238.29G{b): 115C- 
113: 115-141 

Statement of the Subject Matter: 76 NCAC 6C: change 
"certificate" to "license" and make clarifying amendments utider 
Excellent Schools Act: 16 NCAC 6E .0202: amend provisions for 
middle school athletics academic requirements: 16 NCAC 6G: 
adopt rule for Charter Schools Advisory Committee: and 16 NCAC 
6H: amend Rules .0103. .0106 and .0107 to reflect recent federal 
legislative changes. 

Reason for Proposed Action: These rule-making proceedings 
were initiated by the State Board of Education (i> to rename the 
credential it issues for professioncd practice to reflect a more 
accurate title: { ii) to amend rules in accordance with SL 1 997-221. 
the E.xcellent Schools Act: (Hi) to clarify academic requirements 
for middle school interscholastic athletic participation: (iv) to 
define the functions of the Charter Schools Advisoiy Committee: 
and(v) to amend rules to reflect changes in the federal Individuals 
with Disabilities Education Act. 

Comment Procedures: Written comments may he submitted to 
Harry E. Wilson. State Board of Education. 301 N. Wilmington St.. 
Raleigh. NC 27601-2825. 



TITLE 21 - OCCUPATIONAL LICENSING BOARDS 

CHAPTER 50 - BOARD OF EXAMINERS OF 

PLUMBING, HEATING AND FIRE 

SPRINKLER CONTRACTORS 

jfc jotice of Rule-making Proceedings is hereby given by the State 
1 V Board of Examiners of Plumbing. Heating and Fire Sprinklers 
in accordance with G.S. 150B-21.2. The agency shall 
subsequently publish in the Register the text of the ride(s) it 
proposes to adopt as a result of diis notice of rule-making 



proceedings and any comments received on this notice. 

Citation to Existing Rules Affected by this Rule-Making: 21 

NCAC 50. 0301. .0304. .0306. .0310. .0402. .0404. .(.)406 - .0407.^ 
.0412. .0505 - .0506. .0508. .1101 -.1102. .1201 -.1214. Other 
rules nuiy be proposed in the course of the rule-making process. 

Authority for the rule-making: G.S. 87-18. 50B-21.2.et. seq. 

Statement of the Subject Matter: Rules relative to creation of 
limited or specialty licenses, reciprocal licenses, fees, probation 
requirements, supervision and employment definitions, acceptance 
of credit cards and rule-making proceedings. 

Reason for Proposed Action: To address Rule-making petitions 
received and to clarify rules relative to the obligations of licenses 
in the use of license and disciplinary options available to the 
Board. 

Comment Procedures: Comment may be provided to the Board 
by mailing to the Board at 3801 Wake Forest Road. Suite 201. 
Raleigh, NC 27609. addressed to Rule-making Coordinator It is 
anticipated that te.xt will be published in the November 15. 1999 
Register and Public Hearing conducted December 14. 1999. 






CHAPTER 58 - REAL ESTATE COMMISSION 

SUBCHAPTER 58A - REAL ESTATE BROKERS AND 
SALESMEN 

SUBCHAPTER 58B - TIME SHARES 

SUBCHAPTER 58C - REAL ESTATE PRELICENSING 
EDUCATION 

SUBCHAPTER 58D - REAL ESTATE APPRAISERS 

SUBCHAPTER 58E - REAL ESTATE CONTINUING 
EDUCATION 

» wtice of Rule-making Proceedings is hereby given In the NC 
I y Real Estate Commission in accordance with G.S. '50B-21 
The agency shall subsequently publish in the Regjslcr the te.xt oj 
the rule(s) it proposes to adopt as a result of this notice of rule 
making proceedings and any comments received on this iioilce. 



Citation to Existing Rules Affected by this Rule-Making: 21 

NCAC 58A-E: 21 NCAC 58A .0107. .0109-.0110, .0113.0114 
.0301 -.0304, .0401 -.0404, .0406, .0503. .0505. .0601. .1402 
.1703. .1708: 58B .0I01-.0102: 58C .0105:0107. .0207. .0213 
.0214. .0217-.0218. .0302. .0304-.0307. .0310. .0312: 58E.0102 
.0202, .0204-.0205. .0304. .0310. .0412. .0515. Other rules ma^ 
be proposed in the course of the rule-making process. 



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Authority for the rule-making: G.S. 4IA-M Ih): 47 A: 47C: 47E- 
f(h): 93A-I: 9M-2Uin: 9JA-2(b): 93A-3: 93A-3(c): 93A-4: 93A- 
l(a).(b). (c). Id): 93A-4A: 93A-6: 93A-6{a): 93A-6(a)(10): 93A- 
m(bH2>: 93A-I6(d): 93A-I7: 93A-20: 93A-33: 93A-34: 93A-34(h): 
'r)3A-35(h): 93A-4l(c): 93A-44: 93A-45(a): 93A-54(d}: 93A-5I: 
J3A-52ia\: 93A-58(c): 93A-75(a): I50B-3: 1508-11: l50B-3H{h) 

statement of the Subject Matter: 21 NCAC 58A-E - REAL 

ESTATE BROKERS AND SALESMEN 

:i NCAC 58A .0107 -HANDLING AND ACCOUNTING OF 

UNDS 

21 NCAC 5SA .OlO"-) -BROKERAGE FEES AND 
COMPENSATION 

21 NCAC58A .0110 -BROKER-IN-CHARGE 
21 NCAC 58A .0113 -REPORTING CRIMINAL CONVICTIONS 
21 NCAC58A .0114 -RESIDENTIAL PROPERTY DISCLOSURE 
STATEMENT 

21 NCAC 58A .0301 -FORM 
21 NCAC 58A .0302 -FILING AND FEES 
21 NCAC58A .0303 -PAYMENT OF APPLICATION FEES 
21 NCAC 58A .0304 -EXPERIENCE QUALIFICATIONS FOR 
APPLICANTS 

21 NCAC58A .0401 -TIME AND PLACE 

21 NCAC 58A .0402 -SUBJECT MATTER AND PASSING 
SCORES 

21 NCAC58A .0403 -RE-EXAMINATION 
21 NCAC 58A .0404 -CHEATING AND RELATED 

tllSCONDUCT 
1 NCAC 58A .0406 -EXAMINATION REVIEW 
21 NCAC 58A .0503 -LICENSE RENEWAL: PENALTY FOR 
OPERATING WHILE LICENSE EXPIRED 
2INCAC58A .0505 -REINSTATEMENT OF EXPIRED LICENSE. 
REVOKED. SURRENDERED OR SUSPENDED LICENSE 
21 NCAC 58A .0601 -FORM/PREP/COMPLAINTS/OTHER 
PLEADINGS/CONTESTED CASES 
21 NCAC 58A .1402 -MULTIPLE CLAIMS 
21 NCAC 58A .1703 -CONTINUING EDUCATION FOR 
LICENSE ACTIVA TION 
21 NCAC 58A .1708 -EQUIVALENT CREDIT 
21 NCAC58B .0101 -APPLICATION FOR REGISTRATION 
21 NCAC58B .0102 -REGISTRATION FEE 
21 NCAC 58C .0105 -WITHDRAWAL OR DENIAL OF 
APPROVAL 

21 NCAC 58C .0106 -PROGRAM CHANGES 
21 NCAC 58C. 0107 -USE OF EXAMINATION PERFORMANCE 
DATA 

21 NCAC 58C .0207 -FACILITIES AND EQUIPMENT 
21 NCAC 58C .0213 -PERFORMANCE BOND 
^1 NCAC 58C .0214 -ADVERTISING AND RECRUITMENT 
ACTIVITIES 

21 NCAC58C .0217 -LICENSE RENEWAL AND FEES 
21 NCAC58C .0218 -LICENSING EXAM CONFIDENTIALITY: 
SCHOOL PERFORM./LICENSING 

tl NCAC58C .0302 -PROGRAM STRUCTURING 
1 NCAC 58C .0304 -COURSE COMPLETION STANDARDS 
21 NCAC58C .0305 -COURSE SCHEDULING 
21 NCAC 58C .0306-TEXTBOOKS 



21 NCAC 58C .0307 -REAL ESTATE INSTRUCTORS 

21 NCAC 58C .0310 -COURSE RECORDS 

21 NCAC 58C .0312 -EXCEPTION FOR PERSONS WITH 

DISABILITIES 

21 NCAC 58E .0102 -UPDATE COURSE COMPONENT 

21 NCAC 58E .0202 -NATURE AND SCOPE OF APPROVAL 

21 NCAC 58E .0204 -RENEWAL OF APPROVAL 

21 NCAC 58E .0205 -DENIAL OR WITHDRAWAL OF 

APPROVAL 

21 NCAC 58E .0304 -CRITERIA FOR ELECTIVE COURSE 

APPROVAL 

21 NCAC58E .0310-INSTRUCTIONAL DELIVERY METHODS 

21 NC\C 58E .0412 -DENIAL OR WITHDRAWAL OF 

APPROVAL 

21 NCAC 58E .0515 -ACCOMMODATIONS FOR PERSONS 

WITH DISABILITIES 

Reason for Proposed Action : 2 1 NCA C 58A - E to delete {1} nil 
uses of the words "salesiiuiii" or "salesmen" and insert in lieu 
thereof the words "salesperson" or "salespersons", respectively: 
and (2) all uses of masculine pronouns and replace with both 
masculine and feminine pronouns. 

21 NCAC 58A .0107 - to ( I } chani^e the term "broker" to 
"licensee:" (2) define and require the use and proper referencing 
of supplemental disbursement worksheets for trust account checks 
applicable to nuiltiple properties: (3) require referencing of all 
canceled checks or supplemental disbursement worksheets to 
corresponding ledger sheets: (4) clarify the definition of 
"transaction": (5) permit the use of property ledger sheets: (6) 
require journal or check stubs to identify in chronological 
sequence each bank deposit and disbursement transaction and 
identify the corresponding ledger sheet either on the journal or on 
the supplemental deposit/disbursement worksheet: and (7) require 
the appropriate use of a subsidiary owner or property ledger 
sheet. 

21 NCAC 58A .0109 - to clarify that licensees providing certain 
ancillary goods and services for compensation need not make 
special disclosures to the customers who rent or purchase those 
same goods and sen-ices. 

21 NCAC 58A .0110 - to require that brokers-in-charge complete 
a special course of instruction. 

21 NCAC 58A .01 13 - to require licensees to disclose to the 
Commission disciplinary actions against them in connection with 
any other professional license. 

21 NCAC 58A .01 14 - to provide on the Residential Property 
Disclosure Statement for the disclosure of newly subdivided 
parcels of land, straight pipe sewer systems, past or current use of 
temporary sandbag erosion control structures, and to clarify' the 
definition of "property". 

21 NCAC 58A .0301 - to provide a cross-reference to 21 NCAC 
58A .0502, and to provide that the application form for an 
individual license applicant will require the applicant to provide 
procif of identity rather than photo identification. 



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21 NCAC 58A .03U2 - to provide new procedures for filing license 
applications and to describe the separate fee to be paid by 
applicants choosing to take the license exaniinalion h\ computer 
and how such fee will he determined. 

21 NCAC 58A .0303 - to provide procedures for payment of the 
fee to take the license exaimnation by computer. 
21 NCAC 58A .0304 - to delete paragraph (a), and to clarif\- the 
application of the provision now appearing as paragraph (h). 
21 NCAC 58A .0401 - to establish new procedures and 
requirements for scheduling applicants for license e.xaniinations. 
21 NCAC 58A .0402 - to amend the period of time during which 
the one-year examination recognition is tolled, to eliminate 
references to separate license e.xaniinations for brokers and 
salespersons, and to provide a more flexible definition of the 
excnnination passing score 

21 NCAC 58A .0403 - to establish new procedures for the re- 
examination of applicants who fail to pass the license examination 
or who fail to appear for a scheduled examination. 
21 NCAC 58A .0404 - to provide that applicants must strictly 
comply with all instructions provided by e.xamiiuition supervisors 
regarding examination procedures and applicant conduct during 
examinations, and failure to do so niav result in appropriate action 
by the Commission. 

21 NCAC 58A .0406 - to establish new procedures for 
examination review by applicants failing the examination. 
21 NCAC 58A .0503 - to state that salespersons who renew late 
will initially be placed on inactive license statits, and to increase 
the renewal fee from thirty ($3(1.0(1) dollars to thirty-five ($35.00) 
dollars. 

21 NCAC 58A .0505 - to require salespersons and their hrokers- 
in-charge to submit activation forms in order for the sidespersons 
to activate their licenses and to increase the renewal fee from 
thirty ($30.00) dollars to thirty-five ($35.00) dollars. 
21 NCAC 58A .0601 - to conform with the requirements of 
changes in OS 93A-3(d) and 93A-6(a). 

21 NCAC 58A .0615 - to adopt a new rule to require that 
settlement negotiations in contested cases be completed within a 
certain period of time prior to the hearing date. 
21 NCAC 58A .1402 - to delete the reference to claims for which 
the Conunission has received no notice under GS 93A-17(a)(2). 
21 NCAC 58A .1703 - to clarify that any course taken by an 
inactive licensee within the current license period orthe preceding 
two license periods will count toward the nuixinnim 20 hours 
required to activate a license that has not been active since the 
preceding July I. 

21 NCA C 58A . 1 708 - to delete paragraph (e). 
21 NCAC 58B .0101 - to clarify the type of financial information 
applicants for tinje share project registration must furnish the 
Commission. 

21 NCAC 58B .0102 - to establish a graduated fee schedule fiir 
tinw share applicants ami to idlow the Commission to retain the 
application fee if a developer withdraws its application. 
2 1 NCAC 58C . 0105 - to raise the standard expected of approved 
schools, other than private real estate schools, with regard to the 
peiformance of their students on the real estate license 
examination. 



21 NCAC 58C .(.1106 - to eliminate the requirement that approved 

schools other than private real estate schools obtain advance 

approval from the Commission for changes in program 

strucaning. course content and course completion standards. 

2 1 NCA C 58C .0107 - to delete the requirement that schools other 

than private real estate schools include in any advertisement citing 

excnnination peiformance data the type of examination and a 

statement that the data was provided by the Commission. 

21 NCAC 58C .0108 - to require schools other than private real 

estate schools to submit, at the request of the Commission, student 

evaluations of a course and instructor on a form prescribed by the 

Commission. 

21 NCAC 58C .0207 - to make it clear that the applicant for a 

private real estate school license is responsible for assuring that 

school facilities comply with applicable laws and regulations 

regarding safety; health and sanitation, and to require that school 

facilities have an overhead projector and a chalkboard, dry erase 

board, or similar writing suiface. 

21 NCAC 58C .021 3 - to comply with a recent amendment to GS 

93A-36 eliminating the requirement to have a separate 

peiformance bond for branch locations of a private real estate 

school. 

21 NCAC 58C .0214 - to delete the requirement that private real 

estate schools include in any advertisement citing examination 

peifonuance data the txpe of examination and a statement that the 

data was provided by the Commission. 

21 NCAC 58C .0217 - to delete the reference to "appraisal pre 

licensing and pre-certification course" in paragraph (h). 

21 NCAC 58C .0218 - to raise the standard expected of approved 

schools, other than private reed estate schools, with regard to the 

peifinmancc of their students on the real estate license 

examincuion. 

21 NCAC 58C .0220 - to adopt a new rule to require private real 

estate schools to submit, at the request of the Commission, stiiden 

evaluations of a course and instruction on a form prescribed b} 

the Commission. 

21 NCAC 58C .0302 - to establish the required program structui 

for reed estate salesperson and broker pre-licensing education 

programs and to modify the prerequisite for enrollment in the 

broker education program. 

21 NCAC 58C .0304 - to clarify that approved schools niay 

require a higher course passing grade for the purpose (f certifying 

course completion to the Commission than for the purpose O] 

granting college credit or continuing education units and tc 

require that when students are allowed to make up a missed course 

e.xaniination or to retake a failed course examination, tht 

examiiHition used must be substantially different from the initia 

examination administered to the class. 

21 NCAC 58C .0305 - to increase the maximum classroom hour: 

schools are permitted to conduct in any day and any seven-da) 

period. 

21 NCAC 58C .0306 - to prescribe specific standards ant 

procedures for approving te.xtbooks and other instrnctiona 

materials. 

2 1 NCA C 58C . 0307 - to provide for die approval of prelicenshi^ 

instructors separate from the licensing and approval of school. 



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ind to prescribe new criteria for the approval of such iiistritctors. 
'/ NCAC 58C .0310 - to provide that schools must retain on file 

#>pies of grade and attendance records for three (3) years rather 
urn five (5) years. 
"■/ NCAC 58C .0312 - to require that when schools make 

iceptions to Commission rules to acconnnodate persons with 
Usabilities that the accoiimiodation made nnist be reasonably 
ippropriate for the particular disabilitx. that deviation from the 

ides should be no greater than necessary to provide a reasonable 

Accommodation, and that schools must notify the Commission in 

.riting of the proposed accommodation prior to the start of the 

ourse in question. 

?/ NCAC 58C .0600 - to adopt a new rule to provide fin- the 

ipproval of prelicensing instructors separate from the licensin}.; 

md approved of schools and to prescribe new criteria for the 

approval of such instructors. 

U NCAC 58E .0102 - to permit course sponsors and instructors 

o make nwdifuYitions to the update course in certani situations. 

II NCAC 58E .0202 - to provide for a longer approval period f)r 

ipdate course instructors. 

I NCAC 58E .0204 - to provide for a longer approval pericid fin- 
ipdate course instructors. 
21 NCAC 5SE .0205 - to clarify that the Commission can deny or 

ithdraw the approval of an update course instructor based on the 
act that an instructor has been disciplined b\ the Commission or 
my other occupational licensing agency in North Carolina or 
mother jurisdiction. 

21 NCAC 58E .0304 - to change the minimum required number of 
n^assroom hours for approval of an elective course from two (2) to 



finir (4) ami to provide more current and comprehensive criteria 
regarding applications for approval of "distance education" 
courses. 

21 NCAC 58E .0310- to provide more current ami comprehensive 
guidelines regarding the acceptability of delivery methods for 
"distance education" courses. 

21 NCAC 58E .0412 - to clarify that the Commission can deny or 
withdraw the approval of an elective course or sponsor based on 
the fact that an elective course instructor in the employ of a 
sponsor has been disciplined by the Commission or any either 
occupational licensing agency in North Caroliiui or another 
jurisdiction, aiul to clarify that the Commis.\ion can discipline a 
CE sponsor who collects money from licensees for a course but 
fails to provide the promised instruction. 

21 NCAC 58E .0515 - to require that when schools make 
exceptions to Conuuission rules to accommodate persons with 
disabilities, that the accommodation made must be reasonably 
appropriate for the particular disability, that deviation from the 
rules should be im greater than necessary to provide a reasonable 
accommodation, aiui that schools nuist notify the Ccmuuission in 
writing of the proposed acconvuodation pri(>r to the start of the 
course In question. 

Comment Procedures; Written comments regarding the rules 
may be sent to or delivered to Janet B. Thoren, c/o N.C. Real 
Estate Commissioi]. PO Box 17100. 1313 Navaho Drive, Raleigh. 
NC 27619-7100. 



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This Sc'ctiiiii coiitciiii.s the text nf proposeil rules. At least 60 thixs prior to the puhlicutioii of text, the agency published a Notice of 
Rule-makiiiii Proceedings. The agency must accept coiumeiits on the proposed rule for at least 30 days from the publication date, 
or until the public hearing. (>r a later date if specified in the notice by the agency. The required conuiient period is 60 da\s for a rule 
that has a substiintial ccouoniic impact (f at least five million d(>llars ($5,000,000). Statutory reference: (i.S. 1 50B-2 1 .2. 



TITLE 11 - DEPARTMENT OF INSURANCE 

Notice is hereby given in accordance with G.S. 1 5()B-21 .2 that 
the NC Department of Insurance intends to amend rule cited 
as II NCAC 12 .1702. Notice of Rule-making Proceedings was 
published in the Register on July 15. 1999. 

Proposed Effective Date: Juh I. 2000 

A Public Hearing will be conducted at 10:00 a.m. on September 
30. 1999 at the .-?'" Floor Hearing Room. Dobbs Building. 430 N. 
Salisbury Street. Raleigh. NC. 

Reason for Proposed Action: Section 32(.fS.L.I99H-2Il rewrote 
G.S. 58-71-73(3) which authorized the Conmiissioner of Insurance 
to require a bond from viatical settlement providers. This 
amendment eliminates the bond requirement of this rule. 

Comment Procedures: Written comments should be sent to Ellen 
K. Sprenkel. NC Department of Insurance, PO Box 26387, 
Raleigh. NC 27611. 



Fiscal Impact 
State Local 



Sub. None 
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CHAPTER 12 - LIFE AND HEALTH DIVISION 
SECTION .1700 - VIATICAL SETTLEMENTS 

.1702 VIATICAL SETTLEMENT PROVIDERS 

(a) An application for provider registration shall he filed with 
the Division. 

(b) Only those individuals named in the application may act as 
providers. 

(c) A provider shall submit with the application a plan of 
operation, including full particulars on the manner in which the 
provider proposes to operate in North Carolina and the type or 
types of insurance policies or contracts it intends to viaticate. 

(d) The provider's plan of operation shall be a narrative 
overview of the providers business and shall include the 
following information: 

( 1 ) A certified copy of the provider's charter and by-laws, 
if a corporation, and a copy of the partnership 
agreement, if a partnership. 

(2) A chart showing the relationship of the provider to any 
parent, affiliated, or subsidiary corporation. 

(3) A detailed description of the provider's marketing 
techniques, including a description of training programs 
for those individuals who will have direct contact with 



viators. 

(4) A list of the names o!' provider's directors and 
management personnel, including job title and a brief 
description of the job duties. 

(5) A schedule listing the names of financial institutions 
with which the provider has escrow trust agreements 
indicating the balance on each account and copies of all 
escrow and trust agreements. 

(6) A detailed description of what steps through which the 
viator will have access to funds, including the source 
that will make such funds available. 

(e) A provider shall immediately notify the Division of any 
change in the address of the provider and of any change in the 
officers and directors of the provider. 

(f) Each provider shall notify the Division of any change in th 
plan of operation or financial information filed with its application 
within 10 business davs after the chanec. 



tg) — Each provider shall mai n ta i n n et c a p i tal of at least o ne 
hund r ed thousand dollars ($100, ()()()), o r net cap i tal plus a surety 



bond totali n i: at least one hu n dred thousa n d dol l ars ( $ 1 00,000). As 



used in this Rule, "net cap i tal" means the excess of total assets 



ove r total — liabilities — as dete rmine d — by — gene r ally — accepted 



accou n ting p rin ciples. If any o1 a provider' s^ assets have bee r 



depreciated, the amount of depreciation relative to any pa r tic ul a r 



ass e t may be added to the dep r eciated cost o f t h e assets to co mp ute 



i 



V assets to e 
the amottnt TCStrhfTrc aftei 



adding such depreciation shall not exceed the fair market value o 



the asset. Eor the pur p ose of calculating i he appropi ' iatc amount o j 

t he su r ety bo n d that is requ ir ed b y th i s Ru hr.-nct-c ap i ta t shall bi 

presumed to be zero ($0.00) in situations in w h i ch a provider' ^ 

lia bil it i es exceed the prov i de r 's as s ets . 

ttr) [gl A power of attorney designating the Commissioner a^, the 

provider's agent for service of legal process shall be filetl by cver\ 

provider. 

Authority G.S. 58-2-40: 58-16-30: 5S-5S-42. 

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Notice is hereby given in accordance with G.S. I50B-2I.2 tha 
the NC Depanment of Insurance intends to repeal rules citec 
as II NCAC 13 .0514 and .0518. Notice of Rule-makiiii 
Proceedings was published in the Register on July 15. 1999. 

Proposed Effective Date: July I. 2000 

A Public Hearing will be conducted at 10:00 a.m. on Septembe 
30. 1999 at the 3"' Floor Hearing Room. Dobbs Building. 430 N 
Salisbury Street. Raleigh. NC. 



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j leason for Proposed Action: / / NCAC 1.1 .0514 - S.L. 1998-2 1 1 
ewrote G.S. 58-71-95(5) which reqiiireil the letum ofcollatcnd 
i eciirin wiihin u stated period of time. This rule repeats tlie 
wkoiiteiit of the rewritten statute. II NCAC 1.1 .1)518 - S.L 1998- 
' '11 rewrote G.S. 58-7 1 -7 .1( 3 } which provided for the lapse of a 
tail bond license for faihire to comply with continuing education 
eqiiirements. This rule set 0[it procedures for suspension of a 
icense: the rewritten statute supersedes the rule. 

omment Procedures: Written comments should be sent to Ellen 
. Sprenkel. NC Department of Insurance. PO Box 26387. 
Meigh.NC 27611. 

Fiscal Impact 
itate Local Sub. None 
/ 

CHAPTER 13 - SPECIAL SERVICES DIVISION 
SECTION .0500 - BAIL BONDSMEN AND RUNNERS 

0514 COLLATERAL SECURITY RETURNED ON 
TERMINATION OF LIABILITY 

Any collate r a l securily accx 'p lL ' d by a h a i l bc i nds m an I Vn m a 



princ i pal or anyo n e o n h i s hchall' s h all be r etu rn c r d im m cd i alc l y 



I lull filial leiiiiiiiation of liab ilil\' on tlic lumd. 



, 



:o suspens i on unde r G.S. 58-7 1 -8 . 
(tr^ — The C om missione r shall notify a ba i l bondsma n who 



:he lice n se ol'anv ba i l bo n dsman who fa i ls to meet the mi n imum 



appears to have failed t o m eet the r equ ir ements of G.S. 



5 8-71-71(b) that the ha i l bo n ds m a n 's l i ce n s e w i ll be sus p e n d e d 
jnless the hail bo n ds m an shows that he has co mp l i ed with the 



• equiiements withi n a 90-day pe r iod afte r r ece i vi n g the not i ce. 



N o ti ce sha l l be fo r warded to the b ail bo n dsman's address, as 



;h own i n the records of the S p ec i al Services Div i sion, by ce r tified 
inctv- t hree d a ys afte r mailing such no t ice, if no affidavit 



iithoritx G.S. 85-2(a). 



0518 CONTINUING EDUCATION 



(a) Except as p i osided in Pa i agiap l is (b) and (c) of lli i s Rule. 



ontinuing educat i on requi r ements of G.S. 58-7 1 -7 1 (h) is subject 



s filed wit h t he D ep a r t m e n t by t he bail bonds m an showing that the 



b ai l bondsma n h as compl i ed with t h e r equirements of G.S. 



5 8-71-71(b). the hail bondsma n' s license shall b e suspended by 
(c) If the bail bondsma n r es p o n ds to the no t ice, the Department 



shall review all affidavits a n d o th e r d ocume n ts filed by the hail 



b ondsman t o deten 



i mplied 



m i ne whe t her the ba i l bonds m an has co m piiec 
with t h e l equirements of G.S. 58-7 1 -71(b) w i thin the 90-da y 



pe r iod. If the Commissionei delei min e s that t h e bail bondsman is 



comji l iai i cc with G.S. 58-7 1 -7 1 (b). he shal l e n te r a n app i opi 'i ate 



r de r . If the C uii i m iss i one i' detei mines that the ba i l bond s ma n has 



not shown compliance with G.S. 58-71-71(b) within the 90-d ay 



period, then the Commissione r sh all e nt e r an orde i' suspending the 



bail bo n ds m a n 's license . 

Authority G.S. 58-2-40: 58-7 1 -7 Hf). 



TITLE 15A - DEPARTMENT OF ENVIRONMENT 
AND NATURAL RESOURCES 

Notice is hereby given in (ucordance with G.S. 1508-21.2 that 
the DENR - Enviroiunental Managenwnt Coniniissiiui intends 
to adopt rule cited as 15A NCAC 2B .0110: and amend rules cited 
as I5A NCAC 28 .0211. .0220. .0223. .0225. Notice of Rule- 
making Proceedings was published in the Register on October 15. 
1998. 

Proposed Effective Date: August 1. 2000 

A Public Hearing will be conducted at 6:30 p.m. on the following 
dates and locations: 

September 30. 1999 

Catawba Vcdley Community College 

Auditorium (Main Campus) 

2550 HWY 70SE 

Hickory. NC 

Octobers. 1999 

Carteret Conmunuty College 

Joslvn Hall 

3505 Arendell Street 

Morehead City, NC 

October 7. 1999 

Archdule Building 

Ground Floor Hearing Room 

512 N. Salisbur\- Street 

Raleigh. NC 

Reason for Proposed Action: The Environmental Management 
Commission gave the Division of Water Quality staff permission 
to proceed to rule-making on the Triennial Review Advisory 
Conunittee's proposed chcmges to die surface water quality 
standards and classifications rules. The proposed changes include 
requiring management strategies (developed through ride-making) 
for threatened and endangered aquatic animal species, allowing 
the use of dissolved metals concentrations for copper, zinc. iron, 
silver, cadmium and nickel, updating the Nutrient Sensitive Waters 
rule and changes to the number of boat slips allowed in coastal 
Outstanding Resource Waters. In addition to these rule changes, 
the public will have an opportunity to provide comment on three 
variances from surface water quality' standards as required by the 
Clean Water Act. These variances consist of two variances from 
the chloride standard for Mt. Olive and Dean Pickle Companies 
(NC000I074 & NC 0001970) and a variance from the color 
standard fn- Champion International Company (NC0000272). 
Copies of the variances are available from the contact named in 
the C o III III e n t Procedures and at 



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hup ://h2(Kciii. state. lie. us/\vijh(iiiu'.hinil. 

Comment Procedures: The purpose of this niiiuniiteeineut is to 
eneoiirage those iittciested in this proposal to provide eoinmeiits. 
Yon may either attend the public heariiif^s and make relevant 
verbal comments or submit written cumnienis. data or other 
relevant information by November S, 1999. The Hearing Officer 
may limit the length of time that ron max speak at the public 
hearing, if necessary, .s'o that all those who nish to speak max have 
an opportunity to do so. We encourage you to submit written 
comments as well. The EMC is very interested iu all comments 
pertaining to the proposed rules. It is very important that all 
interested and potentially affected persons or parties make their 
views known to the EMC whether in favor of or opposed to aiix 
and all provisions of the proposed rules. The EMC may not adopt 
a rule that differs substantially from the text of the proposed ride 
published in the North Carolina Register unless the EMC 
publishes the text of the proposed different rule and accepts 
comments on the new text (see 15UB-2 1.2(g)}. All interested and 
potentially affected persons are strongly encouraged to read the 
entire announcement and supporting information, and make 
appropriate comments on the pr()posal. Comments should be sent 
to: Ms. Dianne Reid. Division of Water Qualitx Planning. 
NCDENR. 1617 Mail Seirice Center. Raleigh. NC 27699-1617. 

Fiscal Impact 
State Local Sub. None 
/ 

CHAPTER 2 - ENVIRONMENTAL MANAGEMENT 

SUBCHAPTER 2B - SURFACE WATER AND WETLAND 
STANDARDS 

SECTION .0100 - PROCEDURES FOR ASSIGNMENT OF 
WATER QUALITY STANDARDS 

.01 10 CONSIDERATIONS FOR FEDERALLY-LISTED 
THREATENED OR ENDANGERED AQUATIC 
SPECIES 

Certain waters prin ide habitat for I'cdeially- listed aquatic animal 
species that are listed as threatened or endangered by the U.S. Fish 
and Wildlife Service or National Marine Fisheries Service under 
the provisions of the Endangered Species Act. 16 U.S.C. \5^\- 
1 544 and subsequent modifications. Maintenance and recovery of 



the water quality conditions required to sustain and recover 
federally-listed threatened and endaniicred aquatic animal species 
contributes to the support and maintenance of a balanced and 
indigenous community of aquatic organisms and thereby protects 
the biological integrity of the waters. The Division shall develop 
site-specific management strategies under the provisions of I5A 
NCAC 2B .0225 or .0227 for those waters. These plans shall be 
developed within the basinwide planning schedule with all plans 
completed at the end of each watershed's first complete five year 
cycle following adoption of this Rule. Nothing in this Rule shall 
prevent the Di\ision from taking other actions within its authority 
to maintain and restore the quality of these waters. 



(3) 



AuthoritxG.S. 143-214. 1: 143-215. Mali H: /43-215.8A. 

SECTION .0200 - CLASSIFICATIONS AND WATER 
QUALITY STANDARDS APPLICABLE TO SURFACE 
W ATERS AND WETLANDS OF NORTH CAROLINA 

.0211 FRESH SURFACE WATER QUALITY 
STANDARDS FOR CLASS C WATERS 

General. The waterquality standards for all fresh surface waters 
are the basic standards applicable to Class C waters. Additional 
and more stringent standards applicable to other specific 
freshwater classifications are specified in Rules .0212, .0214, 
.02 1 5, .02 1 6, .02 1 7, .02 1 8, .02 1 9. .0223, .0224 and .0225 of this 
Section. 

( 1 1 Best Usage of Waters. Aquatic life propagation and 
maintenance of biological integrity (including fishing, 
and fish), wildlife, secondary recreation, agriculture and 
any other usage except for primary recreation or as a 
source of water supply for drinking, culinary or food 
processing purposes; 
(2) Conditions Related to Best Usage. The waters will be 
suitable for aquatic life propagation and maintenance of 
biological integrity, wildlife, secondary recreation, and 
agriculture; sources of water pollution which preclude 
any of these uses on either a short-term or long-term 
basis will be considered to be violating a water quality 
standard; 
Quality standards applicable to all fresh surface waters 

(a) Chlorophyll a (corrected): not greater than 40 ug/l 
for lakes, reservoirs, and other slow-movin 
waters not designated as trout waters, and not 
greater than 15 ug/l for lakes, reservoirs, anc 
other slow-moving waters designated as troul 
waters (not applicable to lakes and reservoirs les;^ 
than 10 acres in surface area); the Commission oi 
its designee may prohibit or limit any dischargi 
of waste into surface waters if, in the opinion o 
the Director, the surface w aters experience or thi 
discharge would result in growths of microscopic 
or macroscopic vegetation such that the standaid 
established pursuant to this Rule would bt 
violated or the intended best usage of the water; 
would be impaired; 

(b) Dissolved oxygen: not less than 6.0 mg/l for trou 
waters; for non-trout waters, not less than a dail\ 
average of 5.0 mg/l with a minimun 
instantaneous value ol' not less than 4.0 mg/l 
swamp waters, lake co\es or backwaters, am 
lake bottom waters ma\ ha\e lower values i 
caused by natural conditions: 

(c) Floating solids; settleable solids; sludge deposits 
only such amounts attributable to sewage 
industrial wastes orolhei' wastes as will not maki 
the water unsafe or unsuitable for aquatic life anc 
wildlife or impair the waters for any designate! 
uses; 

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percent of saturation; 
(e) Organisms of the colilorm group: teeal coiitorms 
shall not exceed a geometric mean of 200/ 100ml 
(MF count) based upon at least live consecutive 
samples examined during any 30 day period, nor 
exceed 400/ 1 00ml in more than 20 percent ol the 
samples examined during such period; \ iolations 
of the fecal coliform standard are expected during 
rainfall events and. in some cases, this \iolalion 
is expected to be caused by uncontrollable 
nonpoinl source pollution; all colilorm 
concentrations are to be analyzed using the 
membrane filter technique unless high turbidity 
or other adverse conditions necessitate the tube 
dilution method; in case of controversy over 
results, the MPN 5-tube dilution technique will 
be used as the reference method; 
(0 Oils; deleterious substances; colored or other 
wastes: only such amounts as will not render the 
waters injurious to public health, secondary 
recreation or to aquatic life and wildlife or 
adversely affect the palatability of fish, aesthetic 
quality or impair the waters for any designated 
uses; for the purpose of implementing this Rule, 
oils, deleterious substances, colored or other 
wastes will include but not be limited to 
substances that cause a film or sheen upon or 
discoloration of the surface of the water or 
adjoining shorelines pursuant to 40 CFR 
110.4(a)-(b) which are hereby incorporated by 
reference including any subsequent amendments 
and additions. This material is available for 
inspection at the Department of Cn\i r on m e n t. 
H ealth. Environment and Natural Resources. 
Division of E nvironmental Manage m e n t. Water 
Oualitv. 512 North Salisbury Street. Raleigh. 
North Carolina. Copies may be obtained from 
the Superintendent of Documents. U.S. 
Government Printing Office. Washington. D.C. 
20402-9.^25 at a cost of thirteen dollars ($1.3.00). 
(g) pH: shall be normal for the waters in the area, 
which generally shall range between 6.0 and 9.0 
except that swamp waters may ha\e a pH as low 
as 4.3 if it is the result of natural conditions; 
(h) Phenolic compounds: only such levels as will not 
result in fish-flesh tainting or impairment of other 
best usage; 
(i) Radioactive substances: 

(i) Combined radium-226 and radium-228: 
the maximum average annual activity level 
(based on at least four samples collected 
quarterly) for combined radium-226 and 
radium-228 shall not exceed five 
picoCuries per liter; 
(ii) Alpha Emitters: the average annual gross 
alpha particle activity (including 
radium-226. but excluding radon and 
uranium) shall not exceed 15 picoCuries 



per liter; 

(iii) Beta Emitters: the maximum average 

annual activity level ( based on at least four 

samples, collected quarterly) for 

strontium-90 shall not exceed eight 

picoCuries per liter; nor shall the average 

annual gross beta particle activity 

(excluding potassium-40 and other 

naturally occurring radio-nuclidcs) exceed 

50 picoCuries per liter; mn shall the 

maximum average annual activity level for 

tritium exceed 20,000 picoCuries per liter; 

(j) Temperature: not to exceed 2.8 degrees C (5.04 

degrees F) above the natural water temperature. 

and in no case to exceed 29 degrees C (84.2 

degrees F) for mountain and upper piedmont 

waters and 32 degrees C (89.6 degrees F) for 

lower piedmont and coastal plain waters. The 

temperature for trout waters shall not be 

increased by more than 0.5 degrees C (0.9 

degrees F) due to the discharge of heated liquids, 

but in no case to exceed 20 degrees C (68 degrees 

F); 

( k) Turbidity: the turbidity in the receiving water will 

not exceed 50 Nephelometric Turbidity Units 

(NTU) in streams not designated as trout waters 

and 10 NTU in streams, lakes or reservoirs 

designated as trout waters; for lakes and 

reservoirs not designated as trout waters, the 

turbidity will not exceed 25 NTU; if turbidity 

exceeds these levels due to natural background 

conditions, the existing turbidity level cannot be 

increased. Compliance with this turbidity 

standard can be met when land management 

activities employ Best Management Practices 

(BMPs) [as defined by Rule .0202(6) of this 

Section] recommended by the Designated 

Nonpoint Source Agency |as defined by Rule 

.0202 of this Section]. BMPs must be in full 

compliance with all specifications governing the 

proper design, installation, operation and 

maintenance of such BMPs; 

(1) Toxic substances: numerical water quality 

standards (maximum permissible levels) to 

protect aquatic life applicable to all fresh surface 

waters: 

(i) Arsenic: 50 ug/l; 
(ii) Beryllium: 6.5 ug/l; 
(iii) Cadmium: 0.4 ug/l for trout waters and 
2.0 ug/l for non-trout waters; attainment of 
these water quality standards in surface 
waters will be based on measurement of 
total recoverable metals concentrations 
unless appropriate studies have been 
conducted to translate total recoNcrable 
metals to a toxic form. Studies used to 
determine the toxic form or translators 
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(IV) 



(V) 

(vi) 
<vii) 
(viii) 



(ix) 

(X) 

(xi) 



Quality Standards Handhtiok Second 
Edition" published bv the En\in^nmenlal 
Protection Ajiency (EPA 823-B-94-()05a) 
or "The Metals Translati^r: Guidance For 
Calculating a Total Recoxerahle Permit 



Limit From a Dis 



ed Criterion" 



puhlished by the Environmental Protection 
Aiiency (EPA S23-B-96-(K)7) which are 
hereby incorporated by reference includini: 
an\ subsequent amendments. The 
Director will consider contormance to 
EPA guidance as well as the presence of 
en\ironmental conditions that limit the 
applicability of translators m appro\ini2 
the use of metal translators: 
Chlorine, total residual: 17 ug/l lor trout 
waters (Tr); (Action Leyel of 17 ug/l for 
all waters not classified as trout waters 
(Tr): see Item (4) of this Rule): 
Chromium, total recoverable: 50 ug/l: 
Cyanide: 5.0 ug/l; 
Fluorides: 1.8 mg/1: 

Lead, total recoverable: 25 ug/l: collection 
of data on sources, transport and fate of 
lead will be required as part of the toxicity 
reduction evaluation for dischargers that 
are out of compliance with whole effluent 
toxicity testing requirements and the 
concentration of lead in the eflluent is 
concomitantly determined to exceed an 
instream level of ?>.\ ug/l from the 
discharge: 

MBAS (Methylene-Blue Active 
Substances): 0.5 mg/l: 
Mercury: 0.012 ug/l; 
Nickel: 88 ug/l: attainment of this water 
quality standard rn surface waters will be 
based on measurement of total recoverable 
metals concentrations unless appropriate 
studies have been conducted to translate 
total recoverable metals to a toxic form. 



Studies used to determine the toxic form 
or translators must be designed according 
to the "Water Quality Standards Handbook 
Second Edition" published by the 
Environmental Protection Aeeney (EPA 
82,VB-94-0()5a) or "The Metals 
Translator: Guidance For Calculating a 
Total Recoverable Permit Limit From a 
Dissolved Criterion" published try the 
Environmental Protection Atzencv (EPA 
82.VB-96-()()7) which are hereby 
incorporated by reference includinii any 
subsequent amendments. The Director 
will consider conformance to EPA 
guidance as well as the presence of 
envir(>nmenlal conditions that limit the 



(4) 



applicability of translators m approving 
the use oi metal translators: 
(xii) Pesticides: 

(A) Aldrin: (1002 ug/l: 

Chlordane: 0.004 ug/l: 

DDT: 0.001 ug/l; 

Demeton: 0.1 ug/l; 

Dieldrin: 0.002 ug/l; 

Endosullan: 0.05 ug/l; 

Endrin: 0.002 ug/l; 

Guthion: 0.01 ug/l; 

Heptachlor: 0.004 ug/l; 

Lindane: 0.01 ug/l: 



(B) 

(C) 

(D) 

(E) 

(F) 

(G) 

(H) 

(I) 

(J) 

(K) 

(L) 

(M) 

(N) 



Methoxyehlor: 0.0,3 ug/l; 

Mirex: 0.001 ug/l; 

Parathion: 0.013 ug/l; 

Toxaphene: 0.0002 ug/l; 
(xiii) Polychlorinated biphenyls: 0.001 ug/l: 
(xiv) Selenium: 5 ug/l; 
(xv) Toluene: I I ug/l or 0.36 ug/l in trout 

waters: 
(xvi) Trialkyltin compounds: 0.008 ug/l 
expressed as tributxltin: 
Action Levels for Toxic Substances: if the Action 
Levels for any of the substances listed in this 
Subparagraph (which are generally not bioaccumulative 
and have variable toxicity to aquatic life because ol 
chemical form, solubility, stream characteristics oi 
associated waste characteristics) are determined by the 
waste load allocation to be exceeded in a receiving water 
by a discharge under the specified low flow criterion for 
toxic substances (Rule .0206 in this Section), the 
discharger will be required to monitor the chemical oi 
biological effects of the discharge: efforts shall be made 
by all dischargers to reduce or eliminate these 
substances from their efOuents. Those substances foi 
which Action Levels are listed in this Subparagraph wil 
be limited as appropriate in the NPDES permit based or 
the Action Levels listed in this Subparagraph 
sufficient information (to be determined for metals b) 
measurements of that portion of the dissolved instrearr 
concentrationof the Action Level parameter attributabi 
to a specific NPDES permitted discharge) exists ti 
indicate that any of those substances may be 
significant causative factor resulting in toxicity of ih 
effluent; eflluent. NPDES permit limits may be basei 



\ 



on translation of the toxic form to total rccoverablt 
metals. Studies used to determine the toxic form o 
translators must be designed according to "Wate 



Quality Standards Handbook Second Edition" publishc 



by the Environmental Protection .Agency (EPA 823-B 
94-005a) or "The Metals Translator: Guidance Fo 
Calculating a Total Recoverable Pcimji Liniil From ; 
Dissolved Criterion" published by the Lnvironmenta 



Protection Agency (EPA 823-B-96-()()7) which ar^ 
hereby incorporated by ref erence incl uding an 
subsequent amendments. The Director will consjde 



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conloimunL-L' to EFA euidance as well as the piesenec of 
environmenlal conditions that limit the applieahility of 
translators in approsinij the use vA metal translators. 

(a) Copper: 7 ug/l; 

(b) Iron: l.Omg/l; 
(e) Silver: 0.06 ug/l; 

(d) Zinc: 30 ug/h 

(e) Chloride: 230 mg/1; 

(f) Chlorine, total residual: 17 ug/l in all waters 
except trout waters (Tr); |a standard of 17 ug/l 
exists for waters classified as trout waters and is 
applicable as such to all dischargers to trout 
waters; see Sub-Item (.3)(l)(iv) of this Rule]; 

or purposes other than eonsideratiim of NPDES permitting of 
loint source discharges as described in this Subparagraph, the 
Miction Levels in this Rule, as measured by an appropriate 
nalylical technique, will be considered as numerical ambient 
vater quality standards. 

\iitlumtx G.S. 14.^-214.1: 143-21 5. 3{a}{l }. 



0220 TIDAL SALT WATER QUALITY STANDARDS 
FOR CLASS SC WATERS 

General. The water quality standards for all tidal salt waters are 
he basic standards applicable to Class SC waters. Additional and 
nore stringent standards applicable to other specific tidal salt water 
;lassifications are specified in Rules ,0221 and .0222 of this 
ection. 

Best Usage of Waters. Aquatic life propagation and 
maintenance of biological integrity (including fishing, 
fish and functioning PNAs). wildlife, secondary 
recreation, and any other usage except primary 
recreation or shellfishing for market purposes. 
Conditions Related to Best Usage. The waters shall be 
suitable for aquatic life propagation and maintenance of 
biological integrity, wildlife, and secondary recreation; 
Any source of water pollution which precludes any of 
these uses, including their functioning as PNAs, on 
either a short-term or a long-term basis shall be 
considered to be violating a water quality standard. 
Quality standards applicable to all tidal salt waters: 



(1) 



(2) 



O) 



(a) Chlorophyll a (corrected): not greater than 40 
ug/l in sounds, estuaries, and other slow-moving 
waters; the Commission or its designee may 
prohibit or limit any discharge of waste into 
surface waters if. in the opinion of the Director, 
the surface waters experience or the discharge 
would result in growths of microscopic or 
macroscopic vegetation such that the standards 
established pursuant to this Rule would be 
violated or the intended best usage of the waters 
would be impaired; 

(b) Dissolved oxygen: not less than 5.0 mg/1. except 
that swamp waters, poorly flushed tidally 
influenced streams or embayments. or estuarine 
bottom waters may have lower values if caused 
by natural conditions; 

(c) Floating solids; settleable solids; sludge deposits: 



only such amounts attributable to sewage. 
industrial wastes or other wastes, as shall not 
make the waters unsafe or unsuitable for aquatic 
life and wildlife, or impair the waters for any 
designated uses; 

(d) Gases, total dissolved: not greater than I 10 
percent of saturation; 

(e) Organisms ol coliform group: fecal ciililorms 
not to exceed geometric mean of 200/1 00 ml (MF 
count) based upon at least five consecutive 
samples examined during any .30 day period; not 
\o exceed 400/ 1 00 ml in more than 20 percent of 
the samples examined during such period; 
violations of the fecal coliform standard are 
expected during rainfall events and. in some 
cases, this violation is expected to be caused by 
uncontrollable nonpoint source pollution; all 
coliform concentrations are to be analyzed using 
the MF technique unless high turbidity or other 
adverse conditions necessitate the tube dilution 
method; in case of controversy over results the 
MPN 5-tube dilution method shall be used as the 
reference method; 

(f) Oils; deleterious substances; colored or other 
wastes: only such amounts as shall not render the 
waters injurious to public health, secondary 
recreation or to aquatic life and wildlife or 
adversely affect the palatability of fish, aesthetic 
quality or impair the waters for any designated 
uses; for the purpose of implementing this Rule, 
oils, deleterious substances, colored or other 
wastes shall include but not be limited to 
substances that cause a film or sheen upon or 
discoloration of the surface of the water or 
adjoining shorelines pursuant to 40 CFR 
110.4(a)-(h); 

(g) pH: shall be normal for the waters in the area, 
which generally shall range between 6.8 and 8. .3 
except that swamp waters may have a pH as low 
as 4..^ if it is the result of natural conditions; 

(h) Phenolic compounds: only such levels as shall 

not result in fish-flesh tainting or impairment of 

other best usage; 
(i) Radioactive substances: 

(i) Combined radium-226 and radium-228: 
The inaximum average annual activity 
level (based on at least four samples, 
collected quarterly) for combined 
radium-226, and radium-228 shall not 
exceed five picoCuries per liter; 

(ii) Alpha Emitters. The average annual gross 
alpha particle activity (including 
radium-226, but excluding radon and 
uranium) shall not exceed 15 picoCuries 
per liter; 

(iii) Beta Emitters. The maximum average 
annual activity level (based on at least four 
samples, collected quarterly) for 



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stronliuin-9() shall not exceed eight 

picoCuries per liter; nor shall the average 

annual gross beta particle activity 

(excluding potassium-4() and other 

naturally occurring radio-nucl ides) exceed 

50 picoCuries per liter; nor shall the 

maximum average annual activity level for 

tritium exceed 20. 000 picoCuries per liter; 

(j) Salinity: will not he appreciably modified as a 

result of hydrological modifications in areas 

draining to PNAs; projects which are determined 

by the Director to result in the appreciable 

modification of salinity within a PNA will be 

required to employ appropriate water 

management practices; 

(k) Temperature: shall not be increased abo\e the 

natural water temperature by more than 0.8 

degrees C ( 1 .44 degrees F) during the months of 

June. July, and August nor more than 2.2 degrees 

C (.^.96 degrees F) during other months and in no 

cases to exceed .^2 degrees C (89.6 degrees F) 

due to the discharge of heated liquids; 

(1) Turbidity: the turbidity in the receiving water 

shall not exceed 25 NTU; if turbidity exceeds this 

level due to natural background conditions, the 

existing turbidity level cannot be increased. 

Compliance with this turbidity standard can be 

met when land management acli\ities employ 

Best Management Practices (BMPs) [as defined 

by Rule .0202(6) of this Section] recommended 

by the Designated Nonpoint Source Agency (as 

defined by Rule .0202 of this Section). BMPs 

must be in full compliance with all specifications 

governing the proper design, installation. 

operation and maintenance of such BMPs; 

(m) Toxic substances; numerical water quality 

standards (maximum permissible levels) to 

protect aquatic life applicable to all tidal 

saltwaters; 

(i) Arsenic, total recoverable: 50 ug/l; 
(ii) Cadmium: 5.0 ug/l; attainment of this 
water quality standard \n surface waters 
will be based on measurement of total 
recoverable metals concentrations unless 
appropriate studies ha\ e been conducted to 
translate total recoverable metals to a toxic 
form. Studies used to determine the toxic 
form or translators must be desitined 
according to the "Water Quality Standards 
Handb(H^k Second EditicMi" published by 
the Environmental Protection Aaency 
(EPA 82.VB-94-()()5a) or Hie Metals 
Translator: Guidance For Calculating! a 
Total Recoverable Permit Limit From a 
Dissolved Criterion" published by the 
Environmental Proieclii^n Agency (EPA 
82.VB-96-()()7) which are hereby 



(iii) 
(iv) 
(v) 
(vi) 



(vm) 



incorporated by reference including an 
subsequent amendments. The Directoi 
will consider conformance to EPA 
guidance as well as the presence o. 
environmental conditions that limit th 
applicability of translators m approvini 
the use oi' metal translators; 
Chromium. lotal: 20 ug/l; 
Cyanide: 1.0 ug/l; 
Mercury; 0.025 ug/l; 
Lead, total recoverable; 25 ug/l;collectioi 
of data on sources, transport and fate o 
lead shall be required as part of tht 
toxicity reduction evaluation fo 
dischargers that are out of compliance wit! 
whole effluent toxicity testing 
requirements and the concentration of leac 
in the eftluent is concomitantly determinec 
to exceed an instream level of .^.1 ug/ 
from the discharge; 
Nickel: 8..^ ug/l; attainment of this wate 






quality standard in surface waters will bi 
based on measurement of total recoverabi 



metals concentrations unless appropriati 



studies have been conducted to translati 
total recoverable metals to a toxic form 



Studies used to determine the toxic forn 
or translators must be designed accordin 



to the "Water Quality Standards Handbool 



Second Edition" published by thi 
Environmental Protection Agency (EP^^ 
82.VB-94-005a) oi HhiL Metal 
Translator: Guidance For Calculating 
Total Recoverable Permit Limit From 
Dissolved Criterion" published by th 
Environmental Protection Agency (EP/ 
82.VB-96-0()7) which are hereb 



incorporated by reference including an 
subsequent amendments. The Directo 
will consider conformance to EP/ 



guidance as well as the presence o 
environmental conditions that limit th 
applicability of translators in a p|irov'in 
the use of metal translators; 
Pesticides; 

(A) Aldrin: 0.00.^ ug/l; 

(B) Chlordane: 0.0()4 ug/i; 

(C) DDT: 0.001 ug/l; 

(D) Demeton: 0.1 ug/l; 

(E) Dieldrin: 0.002 ug/l; 

(F) Endosulfan: 0.009 ug/l; 

(G) Endrin; 0.002 ug/l; ^ 
(H) Guthion: 0.01 ug/l; 

(I) Heptachlor: 0.004 ug/f. 

(J) Lindane: 0.004 ug/l; 
(K) Methox^chlor: 0.0.^ ug/l; 
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0.002 ug/l 

if the Action 
islcd in this 



(M) Puiuthion: 0.178 ug/l; 
(N) Toxaphene: 0.0002 ug/l. 

(ix) Polycholorinated biphenyis: 0.001 ug/l 

(X) Selenium: 71 ug/l; 

(xi) Trialkyltin compounds: 
expressed as tributyltin. 
(4) Action Levels for Toxic Substances: 
Levels for any of the substances 
Subparagraph (which are generally not bioaccumulati ve 
and have variable toxicity to aquatic life because o[ 
chemical form, solubilil\. stream characteristics or 
associated \\'asle characteristics) are determined by the 
waste load allocation to be exceeded in a recciv ing water 
by a discharge under the specified low flow criterion for 
toxic substances (Rule .(.)206 in this Section), the 
discharger shall be lequired to monitor the chemical or 
biological effects of the discharge; efforts shall be made 
by all dischargers to reduce or eliminate these 
substances from their effluents. Those substances for 
which Action Levels are listed in this Subparagra[)h may 
be limited as appropriate in the NPDES permit if 
sufficient information exists to indicate that any of those 
substances may be a significant causati\e factor 
resulting in toxicity of the effluent; effluent. NPDES 
permit limits may be based on translation oi the toxic 
form to total recoverable metals. Studies used to 
determine the toxic form or translators must he desitined 
according to "Water Quality Standards Handbook 
Second Editicm" published by the En\ironmental 
Protection A'jency (EPA 823-B-94-005a) or "The 
Metals Translator: Guidance For Calculatint; a Total 
Recoverable Permit Limit From a Dissolved Criterion" 
published by; the Environmental Protection Aiiencv 
(EPA 82.VB-96-0()7) which are hereby incorporated by 
reference includiniz any subsequent amendments. The 
Director will consider conformance to EPA guidance as 
well as the presence of environmental conditions that 
limit the applicability of translators m approvint; the use 
of metal translators. 

(a) Clipper: .^ ug/l; 

(b) Silver: 0.1 ug/l; 

(c) Zinc: 86 uii/l. 



\it!lwrin G.S. 143-214.1: 143-215. 3(a)( I). 

0223 NUTRIENT SENSITIVE WATERS 

(a) In addition to existing classifications, the Commission may 
assify any surface waters of the state as nutrient sensitive waters 

NSW) upon a finding that such waters are experiencing or are 
ubject to excessive growths of microscopic or macroscopic 
vegetation. Excessive growths are growths which the Commission 
n its discretion finds to substantially impair the use of the water 
For its best usage as determined by the classification applied to 
uch waters. 

(b) NSW may include any or all waters within a particular river 
lasin as the Commission deems necessary to effectively conirt)l 
2xcessiye growths of microscopic or macroscopic vegetation. 

(c) For the purpose of this Rule, the term "nutrients" shall mean 



phosphorous or n i trogen, nitrtieen W h en co n side ring — ttre 
assignment of this classification, the Co m missio n m ay s p ecify as 
a " n ut r ient" a n y othe r c h emica l param e t er o rrnmhT nat i o n of 
p a i' a m ele r s w h ic hTt determi n es t o be esse n tial lo r th e g r owt h rtf 
microsco p ic a n d mac r osco pi c vegetat i o n , or any other chemical 
parameter or combination of parameters which the commission 
determines to be contributing to excessive growths of microscopic 
or macroscopic \ciielation. 

(d) Those waters additionally classified as nutrient sensitive 
shall be identified in the appropriate schedule ol classifications as 
referenced in Section .0.^00 of this Subchapter. 



(e) For the pu rp ose of t h is Ru l e, the te ini "backg r ou n d leve l s" 
shall mean the co n ce n l r at i o n (s). tak in g i nto accou n t seaso n al 
variations, of t h e specific nutrient o r n ut ri e n ts upst r ea m of a 
nutr i ent source. Nutrient strategies applicable to NSW shall be 
dcvcUiped by the Commission to control the magnitude, duration. 
or frequencies of excessive growths of microscopic or macroscopic 
vegetation so that the existing and designated uses of the 
watcrbody are protected or restored. 

ffl — Quality standards app l icable to NSW : — n o in c r ease i n 
nutrients over backg r ou n d levels unless i t i s ^ s h ow n to the 
satisfaction of the D ir ecto r that the in c r ease : 

t+1 i s th e r esult of n atu r al va r iations; o r 

t^i will not e n dange r hu m an health, safety o r welfare and 

that pr eve n t i ng the inc r ease wou l d cause a serious 
e cono mi c ha r dship w i thout equal o r g r eate r benef i t to 
the pu bli c. 

AuthonnG.S. 143-214. 1: 143-21 5.8B. 

.0225 OUTSTANDING RESOURCE WATERS 

(a) General. In addition to the existing classifications, the 
Commission may classify certain unique and special surface waters 
of the state as outstanding resource waters (QRW) upon finding 
that such waters are of exceptional state or national recreational or 
ecological significance and that the waters have exceptional water 
quality while meeting the following conditions: 

( 1 ) there are no significant impacts from pollution with the 
water quality rated as excellent based on physical, 
chemical or biological information; 

( 2 ) the characteristics which make these waters unique and 
special may not be protected by the assigned narrative 
and numerical water quality standards. 

(b) Outstanding Resource Values. In order to be classified as 
ORW. a water body must exhibit one or more of the following 
values or uses to demonstrate it is of exceptional state or national 
recreational or ecological significance: 

(1 ) there are outstanding fish (or commercially important 
aquatic species) habitat and fisheries; 

(2) there is an unusually high level of water-based 
recreation or the potential for such recreation; 

O) the waters have already received some special 
designation such as a North Carolina or National Wild 
and Scenic River. Native or Special Native Trout 
Waters. National Wildlife Refuge, etc. which do not 
provide any water quality protection; 

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(5) the waters are of special ecological or scientific 
significance such as habitat for rare or endangered 
species or as areas for research and education. 

(c) Quality Standards for ORW. 

(1) Freshwater: Water quality conditions shall clearly 
maintain and protect the outstanding resource values of 
waters classified ORW. Management strategies to 
protect resource \alues shall be de\eloped on a site 
specific basis during the proceedings to classify waters 
as ORW. At a minimum, no new discharges or 
expansions of existing discharges shall be permitted, 
and stormwater controls for all new development 
activities requiring an Erosion and Sedimentation 
Control Plan in accordance with rules established by the 
NC Sedimentation Control Commission or an 
appropriate local erosion and sedimentation conlriil 
program shall be required to follow the stormwater 
provisions as specified in I5A NCAC 2H .1000. 
Specific stormvsater requirements for ORW areas are 
described in 15A NCAC 2H .1007. 

(2) Saltwater: Water quality conditions shall clearly 
maintain and protect the outstanding resource values of 
waters classified ORW. Management strategies to 
protect resource values shall be developed on a site- 
specific basis during the proceedings to classify waters 
as ORW. At a minimum, new development shall 
comply with the stormwater provisions as specified in 
15A NCAC 2H .1000. Specific stormwater 
management requirements for saltwater ORWs are 
described in 1 5A NCAC 2H .1007. New non-discharge 
permits shall meet reduced loading rates and increased 
buffer zones, to be determined on a case-by-case basis. 
No dredge or fill activities shall be allowed where 
significant shellfish or submerged aquatic vegetation 
bed resources occur, except for maintenance dredging, 
such as that required to maintain access to existing 
channels and facilities located within the designated 
areas or maintenance dredging for activities such as 
agriculture. A public hearing is mandatory for any 
proposed permits to discharge to waters classified as 
ORW. 

Additional actions to protect resource values shall be considered 
on a site specific basis during the proceedings to classify waters 
as ORW and shall be specified in Paragraph (e) of this Rule. 
These actions may include anything within the powers of the 
commission. The commission shall also consider local actions 
which have been taken to protect a water body in determining the 
appropriate state protection options. Descriptions of boundaries of 
waters classified as ORW are included in Paragraph (e) of this 
Rule and in the Schedule of Classifications (I5A NCAC 2B .0302 
through .(.)3 1 7) as specified for the appropriate river basin and shall 
also be described on maps maintained by the Division of 
Environmental Management. 

(d) Petition Process. Any person may petition the Commission 
to classify a surface water of the state as an ORW. The petition 
shall identify the exceptional resource value to be protected, 
address how the water body meets the general criteria in Paragraph 



ll 



(a) of this Rule, and the suggested actions to protect the resourt 
values. The Commission may request additional supportin 
information from the petitioner. The Commission or its design 
shall initiate public proceedings to classify waters as ORW or sh 
inform the petitioner that the waters do not meet the criteria f( 
ORW with an explanation of the basis for this decision. Tf 
petition shall be sent to: 

Director 
DEHNR/ DENR/Di vision of Environme nt al Management Watt 

Oualitv 

P.O. Box 29535 

Raleigh. North Carolina 27626-0535 

The envelope containing the petition shall clearly bear the notatioi 

RULE-MAKING PETITION FOR ORW CLASSIFICATION. 

(e) Listing of Waters Classified ORW with Specific Action 

Waters classified as ORW with specific actions to prote( 

exceptional resource values are listed as follows: 

( 1 ) Roosevelt Natural Area [White Oak Ri\er Basin. Inde 
Nos. 20-36-9.5-( I )and20-36-9.5-(2)] includingall fres 
and saline waters within the property boundaries of th 
natural area shall have only new development whic 
complies with the low density option in the stormwatt 
rules as specified in 15A NCAC 2H .1005(2)(a) withi 
575 feet of the Roosevelt Natural Area (if th 
development site naturally drains to the Rooseve 
Natural Area). 

(2) Chattooga River ORW Area (Little Tennessee Rivt 
Basin and Savannah River Drainage Area): th 
follovs ing undesignated waterbodies that arc tributary t 
ORW designated segments shall comply with Paragrap 
(c) of this Rule in order to protect the designated watei 
as per Rule .0203 of this Section. However, expansion 
of existing discharges to these segments shall be allowe 
if there is no increase in pollutant loading: 

(A) North and South Fowler Creeks, 

(B) Green and Norton Mill Creeks, 

(C) Cane Creek, 

(D) Amnions Branch. 

(E) Glade Creek, and 

(F) Associated tributaries. 

(3) Henry Fork ORW Area (Catawba River Basin): th 
following undesignated waterbodies that are tributary t 
ORW designated segments shall comply with Paragrap 
(c) of this Rule in order to protect the designated vvatei 
as per Rule .0203 of this Section: 

(A) Ivy Creek. 

(B) Rock Creek, and 

(C) Associated tributaries. 

(4) South Fork New and New Rivers ORW Area fNe\ 
River Basin (Index Nos. 10-1-33.5 and 1())|: th 
following management strategies, in adililion to th 
discharge requirements specified in Subparagraph (c)( 1 
of this Rule, shall be applied to protect the designate 
ORW areas: 

(A) Stormwater controls described m Subjiaragrap 
(c)( 1 ) of this Rule shall apply within one mile an 
draining to the desiiinated ORW areas: 



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(5) 



(B ) New or expanded NPDES permitted wastewater 
discharges located upstream of the designated 
ORW shall be permitted such that the following 
water quality standards are maintained in the 
ORW segment: 

(i) the total volume of treated wastewater for 
all upstreamdischargescombinedshall not 
exceed 50 percent of the total instream 
flow in the designated ORW under 70 10 
conditions; 
(ii) a safely factor shall be applied to any 
chemical allocation such that the effluent 
limitation for a specific chemical 
constituent shall be the more stringent of 
either the limitation allocated under design 
conditions (pursuant to I5A NCAC 2B 
.0206) for the normal standard at the point 
of discharge, or the limitation allocated 
under design conditions for one-half the 
normal standard at the upstream border of 
the ORW segment; 
(iii) a safety factor shall be applied to any 
discharge of complex wastewater (those 
containing or potentially containing 
toxicants) to protect for chronic toxicity in 
the ORW segment by setting the whole 
effluent toxicity limitation at the higher 
(more stringent) percentage effluent 
determined under design conditions 
(pursuant to 15A NCAC 2B .0206) for 
either the instream effluent concentration 
at the point of discharge or twice the 
effluent concentration calculated as if the 
discharge were at the upstream border of 
the ORW segment; 

(C) New or expanded NPDES permitted wastewater 
discharges located upstream of the designated 
ORW shall comply with the following: 

(i) Oxygen Consuming Wastes: EflTuent 

limitations shall be as follows: BOD = 5 

mg/l,andNH3-N = 2 mg/1; 

(ii) Total Suspended Solids: Discharges of 

total suspended solids (TSS) shall be 

limited to effluent concentrations of 10 

mg/1 for trout waters and to 20 mg/l for 

all other waters; 

(iii) Emergency Requirements: Failsafe 

treatment designs shall be employed. 

including stand-by power capability for 

entire treatment works, dual train design 

for all treatment components, or equivalent 

failsafe treatment designs; 

(iv) Nutrients: Where nutrient overenrichment 

is projected to be a concern, appropriate 

effluent limitations shall be set for 

phosphorus or nitrogen, or both. 

Old Field Creek (New River Basin): the undesignated 

portion of Old Field Creek (from its source to Call 



Creek) shall comply with Paragraph (c) of this Rule in 
order to protect the designated waters as per Rule .020,3 
of this Section. 

(6) In the following designated waterbodies, no additional 
restrictions shall be placed on new or expanded marinas. 
The only new or expanded NPDES permitted discharges 
that shal I be al lowed shall be non-domestic, non-process 
industrial discharges. The Alligator River Area 
(Pasquotank River Basin) extending from the source of 
the Alligator River to the U.S. Highway 64 bridge 
including New Lake Fork, North West Fork Alligator 
River, Juniper Creek, Southwest Fork Alligator River. 
Scouts Bay. Gum Neck Creek. Georgia Bay, Winn Bay. 
Stumpy Creek Bay. Stumpy Creek. Swann Creek 
(Swann Creek Lake), Whipping Creek (Whipping Creek 
Lake). Grapevine Bay, Rattlesnake Bay. The Straits. The 
Frying Pan, Coopers Creek, Babbitt Bay, Goose Creek, 
Milltail Creek, Boat Bay, Sandy Ridge Gut (Sawyer 
Lake) and Second Creek, but excluding the Intracoastal 
Waterway (Pungo River-Alligator River Canal) and all 
other tributary streams and canals. 

(7) In the following designated waterbodies, the only type 
of new or expanded marina that shall he allowed shall be 
those marinas located in upland basin areas, or those 
with less than 36 \0 slips, having no boats over 2 1 feet 
in length and no boats with heads. The only new or 
expanded NPDES permitted discharges that shall be 
allowed shall be non-domestic, non-process industrial 
discharges. 

(A) The Northeast Swanquarter Bay Area including 
all waters northeast of a line from a point at Lat. 
35° 23" 51" and Long. 76° 21" 02" thence 
southeast along the Swanquarter National 
Wildlife Refuge hunting closure boundary (as 
defined by the 1935 Presidential Proclamation) to 
Drum Point. 

(B) The Neuse-Southeast Pamlico Sound Area 
(Southeast Pamlico Sound Section of the 
Southeast Pamlico, Core and Back Sound Area); 
(Neuse River Basin) including all waters within 
an area defined by a line extending from the 
southern shore of Ocracoke Inlet northwest to the 
Tar-Pamlico River and Neuse River basin 
boundary, then southwest to Ship Point. 

(C) The Core Sound Section of the Southeast 
Pamlico, Core and Back Sound Area (White Oak 
River Basin), including all waters of Core Sound 
and its tributaries, but excluding Nelson Bay, 
Little Port Branch and Atlantic Harbor at its 
mouth, and those tributaries of Jarrett Bay that 
are closed to shellfishing. 

(D) The Western Bogue Sound Section of the 
Western Bogue Sound and Bear Island Area 
(White Oak River Basin) including all waters 
within an area defined by a line from Bogue Inlet 
to the mainland at SR 1 1 1 7 to a line across Bogue 
Sound from the southwest side of Gales Creek to 
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Intracoastal Waterway. 

(E) The Stump Sound Area (Cape Fear River Basin) 
including all waters of Stump Sound and 
Alligator Bay from marker Number 17 to the 
western end of Permuda Island, but excluding 
Rogers Bay. the Kings Creek Restricted Area and 
Mill Creek. 

(F) The Topsail Sound and Middle Sound Area 
(Cape Fear River Basin) including all estuarine 
waters from New Topsail Inlet to Mason Inlet, 
including the Intracoastal Waterway and Howe 
Creek, but excluding Pages Creek and Futch 
Creek. 

(8) In the following designated waterbodies. no new or 
expanded NPDFS permitted discharges and only new or 
expanded niaiinas with less than ^ JjJ slips, having no 
boats over 21 Icet in length and no boats with heads 
shall be allowed. 

(A) The Swanquarter Bay and .luniper Bay Area 
(Tar-Pamlico River Basin) including all waters 
within a line beginning at Juniper Bay Point and 
running south and then west below Great Island, 
then northwest to Shell Point and including Shell 
Bay, Swanquarter and Juniper Bays and their 
tributaries, but excluding all waters northeast of 
a line from a point at Lat. 3,'^' 23' .^ 1 " and Long. 
76° 21" 02" thence southeast along the 
Swanquarter National Wildlife Refuge hunting 
closure boundary (as defined by the 1935 
Presidential Proclamation) to Drum Point and 
also excluding the Blowout Canal. Hydeland 
Canal, Juniper Canal and Quarter Canal. 

(B) The Back Sound Section of the Southeast 
Pamlico, Core and Back Sound Area (White Oak 
River Basin) including that area of Back Sound 
extending from Core Sound west along 
Shackleford Banks, then north to the western 
most point of Middle Marshes and along the 
northwest shore of Middle Marshes (to include 
all of Middle Marshes), then west to Rush Point 
on Marker's Island, and along the southern shore 
of Markers Island back to Core Sound. 

(C) The Bear Island Section of the Western Bogue 
Sound and Bear Island Area (White Oak River 
Basin) including all waters within an area defined 
by a line from the western most point on Bear 
Island to the northeast mouth of Goose Creek on 
the mainland, east to the southwest mouth of 
Queen Creek, then south to green marker No. 49. 
then northeast to the northern most point on 
Huggins Island, then southeast along the 
shoreline of Huggins Island to the southeastern 
most point of Huggins Island, then south to the 
northeastern most point on Dudley Island, then 
southwest along the shoreline of Dudley Island to 
the eastern tip of Bear Island. 

(D) The Masonboro Sound Area (Cape Fear River 



(9) 



Basin) including all waters between the Barrie 
Islands and the mainland from Carolina Bead 
Inlet to Masonboro Inlet. 
Black and South Rivers ORW Area (Cape Fear Rive 
Basin) (Index Nos. 18-68-(0.5), 18-68-(3.5 
l8-68-(ll.5). l8-68-12-(0.5), 18-68-l2-( 1 1.5), am 
18-68-2]; the following management strategies, ii 
addition to the discharge requirements specified ii 
Subparagraph (c)(1) of this Rule, shall be applied ti 
protect the designated ORW areas; 

(A) Stormwater controls described in Subparagrapl 
(c)( 1 ) of this Rule shall apply within one mile anc 
draining to the designated ORW areas; 

(B) New or expanded NPDES permitted wastewate 
discharges located one mile upstream of th 
stream segments designated ORW (upstream o: 
the designated mainstem and upstream into direc 
tributaries to the designated mainstem) shal 
comply with the following discharge restrictions 

(i) Oxygen Consuming Wastes; Effluen 
limitations shall be as follows; BOD : 
mg/l and NH3-N = 2 mg/l; 

(ii) Total Suspended Solids; Discharges o 
total suspended solids (TSS) shall b 
limited to eftluent concentrations of 2 
mg/l ; 

(iii) Emergency Requirements; Failsaf 
treatment designs shall be employee 
including stand-by power capability fo 
entire treatment works, tlual train desig 
ft)r all treatment components, or equi \ aler 
failsafe treatment designs; 

(iv) Nutrients; Where nutrient overenrichmer 
is projected to be a concern, appropriat 
effluent limitations shall be set fo 
phosphorus or nitrogen, or both. 
( V ) Toxic substances; In cases where comple 
discharges (those containing orpotentiall 
containing toxicants) may be currentl 
present in the discharge, a safety facto 
shall be applied to any chemical or whol 
effluent toxicity allocation. The limit IV 
a specific chemical consUiucnl shall b 
allocated at one-half of the nornii 
standard at design conditions. Whol 
effluent toxicity shall be allocated t 
protect for chronic to,\iciiy at an effluer 
concentration equal to twice that which i 
acceptable under How design criteri 
(pursuant to 15.\ NCAC 2B ,0206). 



Aiithontx G.S. 143-214. 1. 



i^ >{: Vfi '^ ^ ^ '.;% 



N 



otice is herein i>iven in accordance n itli G.S. 1 5(lB-2J .2 ilu 
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5A NCAC3I .0120: 3J .01 10. .0305; 3L.0206: 3M .0515-.05I6: 
.01 1 1. .040 1 -.0406. amend the rules cited as I5A NCAC 3H 
)103: 31.0101. .0105:0106. .01 14: 3J .0103-.0104. .0301 -.0302: 
K.OIOJ. .0105:0106. .0202. .0502: 3L.U201: 3M .0202. .0301. 
)501. .0503:0504. .0507. .0511. .0513: 30 .01 01 -.01 10. .0201. 
m)l:0303: and repeal the rules cited as 15A NCAC 3H .0101: 
.0304-. 03 10. Notice of Rule-making Proceedings was 
'iblished in the Register on Januaiy 15. 1999. 

roposed Effective Date: August 1. 2000 

ubiic Hearings will be conducted at 7:00 p.m. October 4. 1999 
the Beaufort Comnuinity College. Washington. NC: October 12. 
999 at the UNCW Science Building. Wilmington. NC: October 
1999 at the College of Albemarle. Elizabeth Citx. NC. 

eason for Proposed Action: The Fisheries Reform Act of 1997 
nd its amendments (House Bill 1448) requires a complete review 
nd in most cases, a rewrite of the Marine Fisheries laws. These 
'visions include separate of gear and limits for commercial 
cense holders and recreational conunercial gear license holders. 

omment Procedures: Comments, both written and oral, may 
e submitted at the three scheduled public hearings. Written 
vnments are encouraged and may be submitted to the MFC. 
tanita Gaskill. PO Box 769. Morehead City. NC 28557. These 
ritten and oral conmients must be received m> later than 
ovember 1 . 1999. Oral presentation lengths may be limited, 
ependiiig on the number of people that wish to speak at the public 
tarings. 



Fiscal Impact 



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Local 



Sub. None 

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CHAPTER 3 - MARINE FISHERIES 

SUBCHAPTER 3H - IDENTIFICATION AND 
DELEGATION OF AUTHORITY 

SECTION .0100 - GENERAL 

(101 IDENTIFICATION INFORMATION 

iithonnG.S. 113-134. 

[)103 PROCLAMATION AUTHORITY OF 
FISHERIES DIRECTOR 

tz) The follow i ng specific functions have been delegated by the 
ccretary to the Fisheries Director: 



("ii The autho r ity to return confiscated property when 
satisfied that the ow n e r of such p r o p e r ly had no 
k n owledge of the use of th e p r o p e r ty fo r illegal pur p oses 
pu r suant to G.S. 113-137; 

(2^ The autho ri ty t o se l ect l i ce n se agents pursuant to G.S. 
1 13-151.1; 

t3l The authority to suspend oi - revoke all licenses pursuant 



to G.S. 113-16 6 ; 



t=H 



t5l 



The authority to g r a n t, r enew o r terminate shellfish 
teases pursuant to G.S. 113-202, 113-202.1 and 
I 13-202.2; 

T h e aut h o r ity to settle claims of ow n ership of eslua ri ne 
b otto m s pursuant to G.S. 1 13-206; and 
The authority to issue Sc i ent i fic Collecting Peimits 
pursuant to G.S. 1 13-2 6 1 . 
(a)fb1 The proclamation authority granted to the Fisheries 
Director by the Marine Fisheries Commission within this Chapter 
includes the authority to close as well as open seasons and areas, 
to establish conditions governing various activities, and to reduce 
or increase the size and harvest limits from those stated in rule 
when specifically authorized. It is unlawful to violate the 
provisions of any proclamation issued by the authority of Marine 
Fisheries Commission Rule. 

(b) Unless specific variable conditions are set forth m a rule 
jiranlini: proclamation authority to the Fisheries Director, variable 
conditions trijiizenn^ the use of the Fisheries Directt)r"s 
proclamation authority may include any of the followinii; 
compliance with changes mandated by the Fisheries Reform Act 
and its amendments, bioloeical impacts, environmental conditions, 
compliance with Fishery Management Plans, user confiicts. 
bycatch issues and variable spatial distributions. 

Authority G.S. J 13-134: 113-182: 113-221: 143B-289.52. 

SUBCHAPTER 31 - GENERAL RULES 

SECTION .0100 - GENERAL RULES 

.0101 DEFINITIONS 

(a) All definitions set out in G.S. 1 13. Subchapter IV apply to 
this Chapter. 

(b) The following additional terms are hereby defined: 

( 1 ) Commercial Fishing Equipment or Gear. Equ i pment. 
All fishing equipment used in coastal fishing waters 
except: 

(A) Seines less than 30 +2 feet in length; 

(B) Collapsible crab traps, a trap used for taking 
crabs with the largest open dimension no larger 
than 18 inches and that by design is collapsed at 
all times when in the water, except when it is 
being retrieved from or lowered to the botto m; 

(C) Spears; Spears, Hawaiian slings or similar 
devices which propel pointed implements by 
mechanical means, including elastic tubing or 
bands, pressurized gas or similar means; 

(D) (Gl A dip net having a handle not more than eight 
feet in length and a hoop or frame to which the 
net is attached not exceeding 60 inches along the 
perimeter; 

(Ejt&l Hook-and-line and bait-and-line equipment other 
than multiple-hook or multiple-bait trotline; 

(F) (Ei A landing net used to assist in taking fish when 
the initial and primary method of taking is by the 
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(G) tF) Cast Nets; and Nets: 

(H) Gigs or other pointed implements which are 
propelled h\ hand, whether or not the implement 
remains m the hand. 

(2) Fixed or slatitinary net. A net anchored or staked to the 
hottom, or some structure attached to the bottom, at both 
ends of the net. 

(3) Mesh Length. The diagonal distance from the inside of 
one knot to the outside of the other knot, when the net is 
stretched hand-tight. 

(4) Possess. Any actual or eonstructi\e holding whether 
under claim of ownership or not. 

(5) Transport. Ship, carry, or cause to be cairied or moved 
by public or private carrier by land, sea, or air. 

(6) Use. Employ, set. operate, or permit to be operated or 
employed. 

(7) Purse Gill Nets. Any gill net used to encircle fish when 
the net is closed by the use of a purse line through rings 
located along the top or bottom line or elsewhere on 
such net. 

(8) Gill Net. A net set veitically in the water to capture fish 
by entanglement by the gills in its mesh as a result of net 
design, construction, mesh size, webbing diameter or 
method in \shich it is used. 

(9) Seine. A net set vertically in the water and pulled by 
hand or power to capture fish by encirclement and 
conllning fish within itself or against another net, the 
shore or bank as a result of net design, construction, 
mesh size, webbing diameter, or method in which it is 
used. 

(10) Internal Coastal Waters or Internal Waters. All coastal 
fishing waters except the Atlantic Ocean. 

(11) Channel Net. A net used to take shrimp w hich is 
anchored or attached to the bottom at both ends or with 
one end anchored or attached to the bottom and the 
other end attached to a boat. 

(12) Dredge. A device towed by engine power consisting of 
a frame, tooth bar or smooth bar, and calchbag used in 
the harvest of oysters, clams, crabs, scallops, orconchs. 

(1.3) Mechanical methods lor clamming. Includes, but not 
limited to, dredges, hydraulic clam dredges, stick rakes 
and other rakes when lowed by engine power, patent 
tongs, kicking with propellers or deflector plates with or 
without trawls, and any other method that utilizes 
mechanical means to harvest clams. 

(14) Mechanical methods for oystering. Includes, but not 
limited to, dredges, patent tongs, stick rakes and other 
rakes when towed by engine power and any other 
method that utilizes mechanical means to harvest 
oysters. 

(15) Depuration. Purification or the removal of adulteration 
from live oysters, clams, and mussels by any natural or 
artificially controlled means. 

(16) Peeler Crab. A blue crab that has a soft shell developing 
under a hard shell and having a definite pink, white, or 
red line or rim on the outer edee of the hack fin or 



fiipper. 

(17) Length of finfish. 

(A) Total length is determined by measuring along a 
straight line the distance from the tip of the snout( 
with the mouth closed to the tip of the 
compressed caudal (tail) fin. 

(B) Fork length is determined by measuring along a 
straight line the distance from the tip of the snout 
with the mouth closed to the middle of the fork in 
the caudal (tail) tin. 

(C) Fork length for billflsh is measured from the tip 
of the lower jaw to the middle of the fork of the 
caudal (tail) fin. 

(18) Licensee. Any person holding a valid license from the 
Department to take ordeal in marine fisheries resources. 

(19) Aquaculture operation. An operation that produces 
artificially propagated stocks of marine or estuarine 
resources or obtains such stocks from authorized 
sources tor the purpose of rearing in a controlled 
environment. A controlled environment provides and 
maintains throughout the reai ing process one or more of 
the following: predator protection, food, water 
circulation, salinity, or temperatuie controls utilizing 
prosen technology not found in the natural environment. 

(20) Critical habitat areas. The fragile estuarine and marine 
areas that support juvenile and adult populations of 
economically important seafood species, as well as 
forage species important in the food chain. Critical 
habitats include nursery areas, beds of submergedj 
aquatic vegetation, shellfish producing areas, 
anadromous fish spawning and anadromous fish nursery 
areas, in all coastal fishing waters as determined through 
marine and estuarine survey sampling. Critical habitats 
are vital for portions, or the entire life cycle, including 
the early growth and developiitcnt of important seafood 
species. 

(A) Beds of submerged aquatic vegetation arc those 
habitats in public trust and estuarine waters 
vegetated with one or moie species of submerged 
vegetation such as eelgrass (Zostera marina), 
shoalgrass(Halodule wrightii)and widgeongrass 
(Ruppia maritima). These vegetation beds occur 
in both subtidal and iiitertidal zones and may 
occur in isolated patches or cover extensive 
areas. In either case, the bed is defined by !he 
presence of above-ground leaves or the 
below -ground rhizomes and piopagules together 
with the sediment on which the plants grow. In 
defining beds of submeigcd aquatic vegetation, 
the Marine Fisheries Commission recognizes the 
Aquatic Weed Control Act o{' 1991 (G.S. 
11.3A-22() et. seq.) and does noi inlond the 
submerged aquatic vegetation definition and its 
implemenling rules to applv 1' or ciinllict with, 
the non-development coiuidl aciiv itics authorized 
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(21) 



(22) 



(23) 



(24) 



(B) Shellfish pruducing habitats are those areas in 
whieh economieally important shellfish, such as. 
but not limited to clams, oysters, scallops, 
mussels, and whelks, whether historically or 
currently, reproduce and survi\e because of such 
favorable conditions as bottom type, salinity, 
currents, cover, and cultch. Included are those 
shellfish producing areas closed to shellfish 
harvest due to ptillution. 

(C) Anadromous fish spawning areas are defined as 
those areas where evidence of spawning of 
anadromous fish has been documented by direct 
observation of spawning, capture of running ripe 
females, or capture of eggs or early larvae. 

(D) Anadromous fish nursery areas are defined as 
those areas in the riverine and estuarine systems 
utilized by post-larval and later juvenile 
anadromous fish. 

Intertidal Oyster Bed. A formation, regardless of size or 
shape, formed of shell and live oysters of varying 
density. 

North Carolina Trip Ticket. Multiple-part form 
provided by the Department to fish dealers who are 
required to record and report transactions on such forms. 
Transaction. Act of doing business such that fish are 
sold, offered for sale, exchanged, bartered, distributed or 
landed. The point of landing shall be considered a 
transaction when the fisherman is the fish dealer. 
Live rock. Living marine organisms or an assemblage 
thereof attached to a hard substrate including dead coral 
or rock (excluding mollusk shells). For example, such 
living marine organisms associated with hard bottoms, 
banks, reefs, and live rock may include, but are not 
limited to: 

(A) Animals: 

(i) Sponges (Phylum Porifera); 
(ii) Hard and Soft Corals. Sea Anemones 
(Phylum Cnidaria): 
(I) Fire corals (Class Hydrozoa); 
(II) Gorgonians, whip corals, sea 
pansies, anemones, Solenastrea 
(Class Anthozoa); 
(iii) Bryozoans (Phylum Bryozoa); 
(iv) Tube Worms (Phylum Annelida): 
( I) Fan worms (Sabellidae): 
(II) Feather duster and Christmas tree 

worms (Serpulidae); 
(III) Sand castle worms (Sabellaridae). 
Mussel banks (Phylum 
Mollusca:Gastropoda); 
Colonial barnacles (Arthropoda: 
Crustacea: Megabalanus sp.). 

(B) Plants: 

(i) Coralline algae (Division Rhodophyta); 
(ii) Acetabularia sp., Udotea sp., Halimeda 
sp.. Caulerpa sp. (Division Chlorophyta); 
(iii) Sargassum sp.. Dictyopteris sp.. Zonaria 



sp. (Di\'ision Phaeophyta). 



(25) 



Coral 

(A) 

(B) 



(V) 



(vi 



(26) 



(27) 



(29) 



(.30) 



(-31) 
(32) 



[34] 



(35) 



Fire corals and hydrocorals (Class Hydro/oa); 

Stony corals and black corals (Class Anthozoa, 

Subclass Scleractinia); 
(C) (Jctocorals: Gorgonian corals (Class Anthozoa, 

Subclass Octocorallia): 
(i) Sea fans (Gorgonia sp.): 

(ii) Sea whips (Leptogorgia sp. and 
Lophogorgia sp.); 

(iii) Sea pansies (Renilla sp.). 
Shellfish production on leases and franchises: 

(A) The culture of oysters, clams, scallops, and 
mussels, on shellfish leases and franchises from 
a sublegal harvest size to a marketable size. 

(B) The transplanting (relay) of oysters, clams, 
scallops and mussels from designated areas 
closed due to pollution to shellfish leases and 
franchises in open waters and the natural 
cleansing of those shellfish. 

Shellfish marketing from leases and franchises. The 

harvest of oysters, clams, scallops, mussels, from 

privately held shellfish bottoms and lawful sale of those 

shellfish to the public at large or to a licensed shellfish 

dealer. 

Shellfish planting effort on leases and franchises. The 

process of obtaining authorized cultch materials, seed 

shellfish, and polluted shellfish stocks and the 

placement of those materials on privately held shellfish 

bottoms for increased shellfish production. 

Pound Net. A fish trap consisting of a holding pen. one 

or more enclosures, and a lead or leaders. The lead(s), 

enclosures, and holding pen are not conical, nor are they 

supported by hoops or frames. 

Educational Institution. A college, university or 

community college accredited by a regional accrediting 

institution. 

Long Haul Operations. A seine towed between two 

boats. 

Swipe Net Operations. A seine towed by one boat. 

Bunt Net. The last encircling net of a long haul or 

swipe net operation constructed of small mesh webbing. 

The bunt net is used to form a pen or pound from which 

the catch is dipped or bailed. 

Responsible party. Person who coordinates, supervises 

or otherwise directs operations of a business entity, such 

as a corporate officer or executive level supervisor of 

business operations and the person responsible for use 

of the issued license [n compliance with applicable laws 

and regulations. 

New fish dealer. Any fish dealer making application for 

a fish dealer license who did not possess a valid dealer 

license for the previous license year in that name or 

ocean pier license in that naine on June 30. 1999. For 

purposes of license issuance, adding new categories to 

an existing fish dealers license does not constitute a new 

dealer. 



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(36) 

(37) 
(38) 

(39) 
(40) 



(41) 
(42) 
(43) 



(44) 



1451 
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(47) 



(48 



Tciuriiamcnt Or^ani/cr. The perse'n who cuordinates. 
supeiAJscs or oiheruisL- directs a recreational lishirii! 
tournanient and is the holder cif the Recreational FishinL! 
Tournament License. 

Holder. A persi'n v\'ho has heen lawl'ully issued in their 
name a license, permit, franchise, lease, or assiLinmcnl- 
Recreational Purpc^se. A fishinii activity has a 
recreational purpose d U js not a commercial fishine 
operation as defined [n G..S. 1 13-168. 
Recreational Possession Litnit. Includes, hut is not 
limited to. restrictions on si/e. quantity, season, time 
period, area, means, and methods where lake or 
possession is for a recreational purpose. 
Attended. Beinii in a \essel. in the water or on the shore 
immediatcK adjacent to the iiear and immedialeh 
available to work the t:ear and within 100 yards of any 
tiear m use by thai pers(Mi at aj] times. Attended does 
not include beiui: m a huildinL: or structure. 
C(mimercial Quota. Total quantity of fish allocated for 
harvest taken by commercial fishins: operations- 
Recreational Quota. Total quantity of fish allocated for 
harvest taken for a recreational purpose. 
Qffice of the Division. Physical locations of the 
Di\ision conductint: license transactions m the cities of 
Wilminijton. Washin!:it(^n. Morehead Cilv. Columbia. 
Wanchcse and Elizabeth Cit\ . North Carolina. Qther 
businesses or entities desii:nated b\ the Secretary to 
issue Recreational Commercial Gear Licenses are not 
considered Offices of the Division. 
Land: 



(A) For purposes oi lUB tickets, when fish reach a 
licensed seafood dealer, or where the fisherman 
is the dealer, w hen the fish reaches the shore or a 
structure connected to the shore. 

(B) For commercial fish in a operations, when t~ish 
reach the shore or a structure cc)nnecled to the 
shore. 

(C) For recreational fishinsj operations, when fish are 
retained in possession by the fisherman. 

Master. Captain of a vessel or one who commands and 
has control, authority, or power over a vessel. 
Regular Closed Oyster Season. The regular closed 
oyster season occurs from Ma\ 1 5 throuiih October 1 5. 
unless amended by the Fisheries Director throuiih 
proclamation authority. 

Assignment. Temporary transferral to another person of 
privileges under a license for which assignment is 
permitted. The person assigning the license delegates 
the prixileges permitted under the license to be 
exercised by the assignee, but retains the power to 
revoke the assignment at any time, js still the 
responsible party for the license. 
Transfer. Permanent transl'erral to another person of 
prisileges under a license for which transfer is 
permiiied. The person transferring the license retains no 
rights or interest under the license transferred. 



AiirhontyG.S. IL^-I.U: I43B-2<S9.52. 

.0105 LEAVING DEVICES UNATTENDED 

(a) It is unlawful to leave stakes, anchors, nets, buoys, or 
floating devices in any coastal fishing waters when such devices 
are not being employed in fishing operations except as otherwise 
provided by rule or General Statute. 

(b) It is unlawful to leave pots in any coastal fishing waters for 
more than seven W consecutive days, when such pots are not 
being employed in fishing operations, except upon a timely and 
sufficient showing of hardship as defined in Subparagraph (b)(2) 
of this Rule or as otherwise provided by General Statute. 

( 1 ) Agents of the Fisheries Director may tag pots with a 
device approved by the Fisheries Director to aid and 
assist in the investigation and identification of 
unattended pots. Any such device attached to a pot by 
agents of the Fisheries Director must be removed by the 
individual utilizing the pot within se\'en +H days of 
attachment in order to demonstrate that the pot is being 
employed in fishing operations. 

(2) For the purposes of Paragraph (b) of this Rule only, a 
timely and sufficient showing of hardship in a 
commercial fishing operation shall be written notice 
given to the Fisheries Director that a mechanical 
breakdown of the owners vessel(s) currently registered 
with the Division of Marine Fisheries li ce n sed under 
G.S. 113-168.6. +i3H-S-2T or the death, illness or 

the pot or his immediate 



incapacity of the owner o 
family prevented or will present employing such pots in 
fishing operations more than seven TO consecuti\e days. 
The notice, specifying the time needed because of 
hardship, shall be received by the Fisheries Director 
before any pot is left in coastal fishing waters for seven 
if) consecutive days without being empliwcd in fishing 
operations, and shall state, in addition to the follow ing. 
the number and specific location of the pots, and the 
date on which the pots will be cmploxcJ in fishing 
operations or removed from coastal fishing waters: 

(A) in case of mechanical breakdi>wn. the notice shall 
state the commercial fishing vessel registration 
number, owner's N.C. motor boat registration 
number of the disabled vessel, date disabled, 
arrangements being made to repair the vessel or 
a copy of the work order showing ihe name, 
address and phone number oi the repair facility; 
or 

(B) in case of the death, illness or incapacit\ of the 
owner of the pot or his immediate family, the 
notice shall stale the name of the owner or 
immediate family member, the date of death, the 
dale and nature (if the illness or incapacity. The 
Fisheries Director ma\ rcc|uire a doctor's 
verification of the illness or incapacit_\. 

(3) The Fisheries Director may, bv pro clam ation. modifV | 
the seven day requirement, d necessary due to 
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Failure to employ in fishing operations or remove I'rom eoastal 

fishing waters all pots for which notice ol' hardship is receixed 
^jnder this Rule within 14 days ol' the expiration of the hardship 
^hall be violation of this Rule. 

(c) It is unlawful to set or have any I'ishing equipment in coastal 

fishing waters in violation of this Section or which contains edible 

species of fish unfit for human consumption. 

AuthonrxG.S. 113-134: 113-137: n3-IS2: I43B-2S9.52. 

.0106 SCIENTIFIC. EDUCATIONAL. OR 
OFFICIAL COLLECTING PERMIT 

(a) It is unlawful to take any marine or estuarine species for 
scientific purposes which is out of season or otherwise protected 
without first securing a scientific collecting permit from the 
Secretary. If the Secretary determines that the request is for a valid 
scientific purpose and will not result in a signillcant adverse effect 
on fisheries management, the permit may be issued. Such permit 
will be subject to any restrictions concerning areas, times, and 
sampling methods as the Secretary deems appropriate. 

(b) It is unlawful for persons who have been issued an 
educational, scientific, or official colleclinL! permit to laj] to keep 
records according to the conditions of the permit. This information 
shall be submitted to the Di\ ision of Marine Fisheries on an annual 
basis unless otherwise specified on the permit. 



Authnrity G.S. 113-134: 
289.52. 



113-169.3: 113-US2: 113-261: I43B- 



.0114 RECORDKEEPING REQUIREMENTS 

(a) It is unlawful for a fish dealer: 

( 1 ) To fail to accurately and legibly complete all mandatory 
items on the North Carolina trip ticket for each 
transaction: transaction and submit the trip ticket [n 
accordance with G.S. 11.^-168.2: 

(2) To fail to provide to the Division a completed no 
transaction form by the tenth day of the following 
month when no transactions occurred for a month: 
month. 

(3) To fai] to keep all trip tickets and all supporting 
documentation for each transaction including receipts, 
checks, bills of lading. rec(irds and accounts for a period 
of not less than three years. 

(b) It is unlawful for a seller licensed under G.S. 1 1.3. Article 
14A G.S. 113-153 or G.S. 11.^- 154. 1 or donor to fail to provide to 
the fish dealer, at the time of transaction, the following: 

(1 ) A current and valid license or permit to seU the type of 
fish being offered and i_f a vessel is used, the 
commercial fishing vessel registration; and A valid 
endorseme n t to sell for the fish i ng o p e r ation used to 
take the t~ish. 

(2) Complete and accurate information on on. but not 
limited to. harvest method and area of catch and other 

A information required by the Division, catch: 

(c) It is unlawful to transport fish with()ut having ready at hand 
for inspection a bill ill c(^nsignment. hill ol' lading, or other 
shipping documentation provided by the shipping dealer shinving 



thereon the name ol' the consignee, name of the shipper, the date 
of the shipment, and the quaniiiv ol each species of fish shipped. 
In the e\enl the fisherman taking the I'ish is also a dealer and ships 
from the p(Mnl ol landing, all shipping records shall be recorded at 
the point ol' landing. Fishermen who transport their fish directly 
k) dealers are exempt I'rom this Paragraph ol Ihi.s Rule 

(d) It is unlawful to export lish landed in the State in a 
commercial fishing operation without a North Carolina licensed 
fish dealer completing all the record keeping requirements in G.S. 
1 13-168. 2(i). 

(e) It is unlawful to offer for sale fish purchased from a licensed 
lish dealer without having ready al hand for inspection written 
documentation ol purchase showing thereon the name of the 
licensed dealer, name ol the purchaser, date ol the purchase, and 
the quantity of each species purchased. 

ill It is unlaw ful for a holder of a Fish Dealer's License to have 
in possession at a licensed location fish without written 
documentation from a licensed fish dealer or a completed North 
Carolina Marine Fisheries Trip Ticket to show the quantity and 
origin of all fish. 

Authority G.S. 113-134: 113-168.2: J 13-168.3: 113-169.3: 113- 
170: H3-17U.3: 113-170.4: 143B-289.52. 

.0120 POSSESSION OR TRANSPORTATION LIMITS 

(aj It is unlavN'ful to possess any species ol fish which is subject 
to si/e or harvest restrictions, while actively engaged in a fishing 
operation, unless all fish are in ccMnpliance with the restrictions for 
the waterbody and area being fished. 

(b) It is unlawlul to import into the state species of fish native 
to North Carolina for sale in North Carolina that do not meet 
established si/e limits, except as provided in 15A NCAC 3K .0202 
(c)and3K .0305. 

Authority G.S. 113-134: 1 13-170: 1 I3-I70.4: 113-170.5: 113-182: 
143B-289.52. 

SUBCHAPTER 3J - NETS. POTS. DREDGES. AND 
OTHER FISHING DEVICES 



SECTION .0100 - NET RULES. GENERAL 



.0103 



GILL NETS. SEINES. IDENTIFICATION, 
RESTRICTIONS 

(a) It is unlawful to use a gill net with a mesh length less than 
2Vi inches. 

(b) The Fisheries Director may, by proclamation, limit or 
prohibit the use of gill nets or seines in coastal waters, or any 
portion thereof or impose any or all of the following restrictions 
on the use of gill nets or seines: 



(1) 
(2) 
(3) 
(4) 
(5) 



Specify area. 

Specify season. 

Specify gill net mesh length. 

Specify means/methods. 

Specify net number and length. 



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Atlantic Ocean, dritt ijill nets in the Atlantic Ocean tor recreational 
purposes, or any gill nets in internal waters unless nets are marked 
by attaching to them at each end two separate yellow buoys which 
shall be of solid foam or other solid buoyant material no less than 
five inches in diameter and no less than five inches in length. Gill 
nets which are not connected together at the top line shall be 
considered as individual nets, requiring two buoys at the end of 
each individual net. Gill nets connected together at the top line 
shall be considered as a continuous net requiring two buoys at each 
end of the continuous net. Any other marking buovs on gUl nets 
used for recreational purposes shall be yellow except one 
additional buoy, any shade of hot pink in color, constructed as 
specified m Paragraph (c) ot' this Rule, shall be added at each end 
of each individual net. Any other marking buoys on gill nets used 
iji commercial fishing operations shall be yellow except that one 
additional identification buoy of any color or any combination ot' 
colors, except any shade of fiol pink, may be used at either or both 
ends. Any other marki n g b uoys o n gill nets shall be yellow except 
that one add i t i o n al ide n tification buoy of any color or any 
coni h ination of colo r s may be used at eithe r or both ends. The 
owner shall always be identified on a buoy on each end either by 
using engraved buoys or by attaching engraved metal or plastic 
tags to the buoys. Such identification shall include owner's last 
name and initials and rf a vessel is used, one of the follov\'ing: 

( 1 ) Owner's N.C. motor boat registration number, or 

(2) Owner's U.S. vessel documentation name, n am e , o r 
(t^ Owner's last name and i n itials . 

(d) It is unlawful to use gill nets: 

( 1 ) Within 200 yards of any pound net with lead and pound 
or heart in use; 

(2) From March 1 through October 31 in the Intracoastal 
Waterway within 150 yards of any railroad or highway 
bridge. 

(e) It is unlawful to use gill nets within 100 feet either side of 
the center line of the Intracoastal Waterway Channel south of 
Quick Flasher No. 54 in Alligator River at the southern entrance 
to the Intracoastal Waterway to the South Carolina line, unless 
such net is used in accordance with the following conditions: 

(1 ) No more than two gill nets per boat may be used at any 
one time; 

(2) Any net used must be attended by the fisherman from a 
boat who shall at no time be more than 100 yards from 
either net; and 

(.3) Any individual setting such nets shall remove them, 
when necessary, in sufficient time to permit unrestricted 
boat navigation. 

(f) It is unlawful to use drift gill nets in violation of 1 5A NCAC 
.U .0101(2) and Paragraph td) le)of this Rule. 

(g) It is unlawful to use gill nets from May I through October 
-3 1 with a mesh length of less than five inches in internal coastal 
waters (including joint waters) unless attended. In order to be 
considered attended, the fishermen must be within 100 yards of 
any net employed by that fisherman. 

Authority G.S. IL1-I34: 113-173: 113-182: 113-221: 143B- 
289.52. 



.0104 TRAWL NETS 

(a) It is unlawful to use trawl nets for the taking of finfish in 
internal waters, except that it shall be permissible to take or 
possess finfish incidental to crab or shrimp trawling in accordance 
with the following limitations: 

( 1 ) It is unlawful to possess aboard a vessel while using a 
trawl in internal waters more than 500 pounds of finfish 
from December 1 through February 28 and 1.000 
pounds of finfish from March I through November 30. 

(2) The Fisheries Director may, by proclamation, close any 
area to trawling for specific lime periods in order to 
secure compliance of this Rule. 

(b) It is unlawful to use trawl nets; 



(I) 

(2) 
(3) 
(4) 
(5) 



In internal coastal waters, between one hour after sunset 

Friday and one hour before sunset on Sunday; 

For the taking of oysters; 

In Albemarle Sound and its tributaries; 

In the areas described in 15A NCAC 3R .0106; 

From December I through February 28 from one hour 

after sunset to one hour before sunrise in the following 

areas: 

(A) 



In Pungo River north of a line beginning at a 
point on Wades Point 35" 23' 17" N - 76° .34' 
30" W; running 060° (M) to a point on Currituck 
Point 35° 24' 35" N - 76° 32' 19" W. 

(B) In Pamlico River west of a line beginning at a 
point on the south shore near Full'ord Point 35° 
19' 52" N - 76° 35' 56" W; running 026° (M) 
through Flashing Red Marker "I" to a point on 
Wades Point 35° 23' 17" N - 76° .34' .30" W. 

(C) In Bay River west of a line beginning at a point 
on Maw Point 35° 09' 02" N - 76° 32' 10" W; 
running 021° (M) through Flashing Green 
Marker "I" to a point on Bay Point 35" 1 1 ' 01 " 
N-76° 31' 35" W. 

(D) In Neuse River west of a line beginning at a point 
off Cherry Point .34° 56' 17" N - 76 ' 48' 37" W; 
running 020° (M) through Flashing Red Marker 
"9" to a point off Wilkinson Point .i4" 57' 58" N 
-76° 48' 22" W. 

(E) In New River all waters upstream of the N.C. 
Highway 172 Bridge. 

(c) Minimum mesh sizes for shrimp and crab trawls are 
presented in I5A NCAC 3L .0103 and .0202. 

(d) The Fisheries Director may. with prior consent oi the 
Marine Fisheries Commission, by proclamalion. require bycatch 
reduction devices or codend modifications in trawl nets to reduce 
the catch of finfish that do not meet si/e limits or are unmarketable 
as individual foodfish by reason of size. 

ie] It is unlawful to use trawl net s for recreational purp oses 
unless each net is marked by attaching to the cod eiid ( tailbag). one 
floating buoy, any shade of hot pink in c olor, which shall lie oi 
solid foam or other solid buoyant material no iess than J i_\ e inches 
in diameter and no less than five inches hi lengt h. Tlie o.wner shal 
always be identified on tlie buoy by usin g an engraved buoy or by 
attaching engraved metal or plastic lags Uj tjie bjJoV; Such 



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idcniiliculion shall include owner's last name and initials and if a 
vessel js used, one of the followinii: 

( 1 ) Owner'sN.C. motor boat ivizistration numher. or 

(2) Owner'sU.S. vessel doeumentatit^n name. 
(Jj It js unlawlul to use shrimp trawls for the lakin;: of blue 

crabs in internal waters, except that u shall be permissible to take 
or possess blue crabs incidental to shrimp traw linti in accordance 
with the lollovving limitations: 

( 1 ) For indisiduals usini: shrimp trawls authorized b\ a 
Recreational Commercial Gear License. 50 blue crabs. 
not to exceed 100 blue crabs il' two or more Recreational 
Commercial Gear License holders are on hoard. 

(2) For commercial operations, crabs may be taken 
incidental to lawful shrimp trawl operations provided 
that the weight of the crabs shall not exceed: 

(A) 50 percent of' the total weight ot' the combined 
crab and shrimp catch; or 

(B) ,^00 p(^unds, whichever is greater. 

O) The Fisheries Director may, by proclamation, close any 
area to trawling for specil'ic time periods m (^rder to 
secure compliance o{ this Rule. 



Antlwhtx G.S. 113-134: 113-173: 113-182:113-221: 143B- 
289.52. 

.0110 SEINES 

It is unlawful to use seines greater than 30 feet in length for 
recreational purposes unless the net is marked by attaching to the 



:')rkline one floating buoy, any shade of hot pink [n color, which 
shall be of solid foam or other solid buoyant material no less than 
five inches in diameter and no less than five inches in length. The 
owner shall always be identified on the buoy using engraved buoys 
or by attaching engraved metal or plastic tags to llic buoy. .Such 
identification shall include owner's last name and initials and if a 
vessel is used, one of the following: 

( 1 ) Owner'sN.C. motor boat registration number, or 

(2) Owner's U.S. vessel documentation name. 

AuihorinG.S. 113-134: 113-173: 113-182: 143B-289.52. 

SECTION .0300 - POTS. DREDGES, AND OTHER 
FISHING DEVICES 

.0301 POTS 

(a) It is unlawful to use pots except during time periods and in 
areas specified herein; 

( 1 ) From November 1 through April 30, except that all pots, 
except fish pots upstream of U.S. 17 Bridge across 
Chowan River and upstream of a line across the mouth 
of Roanoke, Cashie. Middle and Eastmost Rivers to the 
Highway 258 Bridge, shall be removed from internal 
waters from January 24 through February 7. The 
Fisheries Director may, by proclamation, reopen various 

M waters to the use of pots after January 28 if it is 

determined that such waters are free of pots. 

(2) From May I through October 31, north and east of the 
Highway 58 Bridge at Emerald Isle: 



(A) In areas described in I5A NCAC 3R .0107(a); 

(B) To allow for the variable spatial distribution of 
Crustacea and finllsh. the Fisheries Director may. 
by proclamation, specify time periods for or 
designate the areas described in 15A NCAC 3R 
.0107(b); or any part thereof, for the use of pots. 

(3) From May I through October 31 in the Atlantic Ocean 
and west and south of the Highway 58 Bridge at 
Emerald Isle in areas and during time periods designated 
by the Fisheries Director by proclamation. 

(4) Pols attached to the shore or pier ma\' be used year 
round except during the closed period specified fn 
Subparagraph (a)( I ) of this Rule. 

(b) It is unlawful to use pots; 

( 1 ) in any navigation channel maintained and marked by 
State or Federal agencies; or 

(2) in any turning basin maintained and marked by the 
North Carolina Ferry Division. 

(c) It is unlawful to use pots fn a commercial fishing operation 
unless each pot is marked by attaching a floating buoy which shall 
be of solid foam or other solid buoyant material and no less than 
five inches in diameter and no less than five inches in length. 
Buoys may be of any color except y e l l ow, yellow and hot pink. 
The owner shall always be identified on the attached buoy by using 
engraved buoys or by engraved metal or plastic tags attached to the 
buoy. Such identification shall include one of the following; 

( 1 ) owner's N.C. motorboat registration number; or 

(2) owner's U.S. vessel documentation name; or 

(3) owner's last name and initials. 

(d) Pots attached to shore or a pier shall be exempt from 
Subparagraphs (a)(2) and (a)(3) (a)(2). (a)(3). and (O of this Rule. 

(e) It is unlawful to use shrimp pots with mesh lengths smaller 
than one and one-fourth inches stretch or five-eights inch bar. 

(f) It is unlawful to use eel pots with mesh sizes smaller than 
one inch by one-half inch unless such pots contain an escape panel 
that is at least four inches square with a mesh size of 1" x Vi" 
located in the outside panel of the upper chamber of rectangular 
pots and in the rear portion of cylindrical pots, except that not 
more than two eel pots per fishing operation with a mesh of any 
size may be used to take eels for bait. 

(g) It is unlawful to use crab pots in coastal waters unless each 
pot contains no less than two unobstructed escape rings that are at 
least 2 5/16 inches inside diameter and located in the opposite 
outside panels of the upper chamber of the pot. Peeler pots with 
a mesh size less than I V2 inches shall be exempt from the escape 
ring requirement. The Fisheries Director may. by proclamation, 
exempt the escape ring requirement in order to allow the harvest 
of peeler crabs or mature female crabs and may impose any or all 
of the following restrictions: 

( 1 ) Specify areas, and 

(2) Specify time. 

(h) It is unlawful to use more than 150 pots per vessel in 
Newport River. 

(i) It is unlawful to remove crab pots from the water or remove 
crabs from crab pots between one hour after sunset and one hour 
before sunrise. 

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( 1 ) The Fisheries Director may, with the prior eonsent oi' 
the Murine Fisheries Commission, hv pr(K-lamation 
elose an\ area to the use of pots m order to resol\e user 
eonllict. The Fislieries Direetor shall hold a puhlie 
meetint: m the alTeeied area he fore issuanee of sueh 
proelamation. 

(2) Any person(s) desirinii to close any area to the use of 
pens may make such request in writinii addressed to the 
Directt)r of the Division ot' Marine Fisheries. Such 
requests shall contain the followint: information: 

(A) A map oi' the proposed closed area including an 
inset vicinity map shovvinii the location oi the 
proposed closed area with detail sufficient to 
permit on-site identificaticMi and location: 

(B) Identification oi the user conllicts causinti a need 
for closing the area to the use of pt)ts; 

(C) Recommended method for resell ving user 
conflicts: and 

(D) Name and address of the person! s) requestini; the 
closed area. 

(3) Person(s) making the requests to close an area will be 
required to present their request at the public meeting. 

(4) The Fisheries Director shall deny the request or submit 
a proposed proclamation granting the request to the 
Marine Fisheries Commission for their approval. 

(k) It is unlawful to use pots to take crabs unless the line 
connecting the pol to the buoy is non-lloaling. 

Authoiitx G. S. 113-134: 113-173: 113-182: 113-221: 143B- 
289.52. 

.0302 RECREATIONAL USE OF POTS 

[a] li is unlawful to use pots for recreational purposes unless 
each pot is marked by attaching one floating buoy, any shade of 
hot pink in color, which shall be of solid foam or other solid 
buoyant material no less than five inches in diameter and no less 
than five inches in length. The ow ner shall always be identified on 
the buoy using engraved buovs or by attaching engraved metal or 
plastic tags to the buoy. Such identification shall include the 
owner's last name and initials and H' a vessel is used, one of the 
following: 

( 1 ) Owner'sN.C. motor boat registration number, or 

(2) Owner'sU.S. vessel documentation name. 

iiij li is unlawful for a person to use more than one crab pot 
attached to the shore along privately owned land or to a privately 
owned pier without possessing a valid Recreational Commercial 
Gear License. 

ttr) Po t s m ay he attached to sho r e o r a pier any time of year with 
the exce pti on of the closed clea n -up pe r iod specified in 15A 
NCAC3J .0.^01 (a)(l>. 

tbr) Pots at t ached to s h ore or a pier are not r e quired to me e t the 
buoy and identification requirements specified in 15A NCAC 3J 
. 0301(c). but must meet the m inimu m mesh length and esca p e r ing 
requirements spec ifi ed in I5A NCAC 3J .0301 (e), (f) and (g). 

(ri Tlie licens e r equi r e m e n ts of GS 113-152 apply if a vessel is 
used in connect i o n w i t h the use of p ots. 



(xfi All provisions of I5A NCAC 3J .0301 apply if pots are n ot 
attached to sho r e o r a pie r . 

Authoiin G.S. 113-134: 113-173: 113-182: 143B-289.52. 

.0305 TROTLINES (MULTIPLE HOOK OR 
MULTIPLE BAIT) 

It is unlawful to use multiple hook or multiple bait trcniines for 



recreational purposes unless such t rotlines are marked by attaching 
to them at each end one floating buoy, any shade (vf hot pink in 
col(>r. which shall be of solid f(^am or other solid buoyant material 



no less than live inches in diameter and no less than five inches in 
length. The owner shall al\^ays be identified on the buoy by using 



an engraved bucn or by attaching engraved metal or plastic tags to 
the buoy. Such identification shall include owncr'slast name and 
initials and if a vessel is used, one of the following: 

( 1 ) Owner'sN.C. motor boat registration number, or 

(2) Owner'sU.S. vessel documentation name. 

Auihohu G.S. 113-134: 113-173: 113-182: 143B-289.52. 

SUBCHAPTER 3K - OYSTERS. CLAMS, SCALLOPS 
AND MUSSELS 

SECTION .0100 - SHELLFISH. GENERAL 



.0101 PROHIBITED SHELLFISH AREAS/ACTIVITIES 

(a) It is unlawful to possess, sell, or take oysters, clams or 
mussels from areas which have been designated as prohibited 
(polluted) b) proclamation by the Fisheries Director except as 
provided in I5A NCAC 3K .0103. .0104, and .0401. The 
Fisheries Director shall issue such proclamations upon notice by 
the Division of Environmental Health that duly adopted criteria for 
approved shellfish harvest areas have not been met. The Fisheries 
Director may reopen any such closed area upon notification from 
the Division of Environmental Health that dul\ adopted criteria for 
approved shellfish harvest areas have been met. Copies of these 
proclamations and maps of these areas are available upon request 
at the Division of Marine Fisheries, 3441 Arendell St., Morehead 
City, NC 28557: (919) 726-7021. 

(b) The Fisheries Director may. by proclamation, close areas to 
the taking of oysters, clams, scallops and musscN in order to 
protect the shellfish populations for management purj)oses or for 
public health purposes not specified in Paragraph (a) of this Rule. 

(c) It is unlawful to possess or sell oysters, clajiis, or mussels 
taken from polluted waters outside North Carolina. 

(d) It is unlawful to possess or sell oysters, clams. ..r musscK 
taken from the waters of North Carolina except as pro\ ided in G.S. 
113-169.2(1) 3K .0105 (a) (1) and (a) (2 > without a hursesi tag 
affixed to each container of oysters, darns or musscK. Harvest 
tags shall be affixed by the harvester and shaU meet the following 
criteria: 

( I ) Tags shall be identified as harvest tags. They shall he 
durable for at least 90 days, water resistant, and 
minimum of two and five-eighths inches by five and 
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(2) 



(3) 



Tags shall be securely fastened lo the outside of each 
container in which sheilstock is transported. Bulk 
shipments in one container and from the same source 
may have one tag with all required information attached. 
Harvesters who are also certified shellfish dealers may 
use only their dealers tag if it contains the required 
information. The required information shall be included 
on all lots of shellfish subdivided or combined into 
market grades or market quantities by a harvester or a 
certified shellfish dealer. 

Tags shall contain legible information arranged in the 
specific order as follows: 



(A) 



(B) 
(C) 



(D) 
(E) 



The harvester's name, address and shellfish 
license or standard commercial fishing license 

license shel 



fish 



oyste r . — c l am — and — scallop 

endorsement number. 

The date of harvest. 

The most precise description of the harvest 

location as is practicable (e.g.. Long Bay. Rose 

Bay) that can be easily located by maps and 

charts. 

Type and quantity of shellfish. 

The following statement will appear in bold. 

capitalized type: "THIS TAG IS REQUIRED 

TO BE ATTACHED UNTIL CONTAINER IS 

EMPTY AND THEREAFTER KEPT ON FILE 

FOR 90 DAYS". 



iuthorirxG.S. U3-1 34: 11 3-I6H.5: 1 1 3-16^.2: 11 .^-182: U 3-221 : 
U3B-289.52. 

.0105 HARVEST OF CRABS AND SHELLFISH 

tal I t i s u nl awful for ind i vidua l s c l aiming exem pti o n fiom crab 
license required by OS 1 1,1-15-11 o r the shellfish lice n se required 
b y OS 1 1.3-154, by reason of n o n -co m mercial u se. to take more 
than: 

("H O n e bushel of oyste r s pe r pe r son per day. not to exceed 

t wo bushels per vessel pe r day: 
t^ O ne hu n dred clams pe r per son per day. not to exceed 

t wo hundred clams pe r vessel pe r day : 
t3l O n e-half bushel of sca l lops pei ' p e r si i n per day. not to 
exceed one bushel per vesse l p e r d ay: 
t+>£aj It is unlawful for individuals who harvest blue crabs for 
a recreational purpose to possess more than F i fty 50 blue crabs per 
person per day not to exceed 100 blue crabs per vessel per day: 
day. 

(51 Ten conchs per pe r so n p er day not lo exceed twenty 

conchs per vessel pe r day; 
tb) One hundred mussels pe r p erson per day not to exceed 
two hund r ed mussels pe r vessel per day. 
iXr) It is u n lawful t o take c r abs o r shellfish by mechanical means 
without ha v i ng fir st p r ocu r ed a n i nd i v i dual crab lice n se o r shellfish 
\ 



i ce n se a n d a vessel lice n se. A vessel license, as r equired by GS 
3-152 for the use of other commerc i al fishi n g equip m ent as 

'efined i n I5A NCAC 31 .0001(b)(1) is n ot r e q u ir ed f o r th e 
non-comme r cial harvest of s hellfis h i n ac c o r dance with l i mits in 
Paragraph ( a) of t hi s Rule. 



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(b) It is unlaw lul to exceed the daily vessel limits specified [n 
GS. I 1.1-169.2 without each person ha\ ing ready at hand a \alid 
shellfish license. 

(c) It is unlaw lul to take oysters or clams on Sundays and 
scallops on Saturdays and Sundays except: 

( 1 ) during open seasons, and 

(2) in accordance with limits outlined in GS. 1 13-169.2. 
Pa r ag r a p h ( t i) of th i s Rule w i t h o r w i thout license. 

(tf) U nli ce n sed i nd i x 'i dua l s t d^in g c r abs pursuant to GS 1 13- 
153. 1 (d) -or taking she l l fis h pu r suant to GS 1 13-154 (cl ) s h all be 
exempt from the limits estab l ished i n Pa i' jgraphs (a) a n d (b) of th i s 
Kuie. 

Autlumtx G.S. 113-l.U: 113-169.2: II3-IS2: 143B-289.52. 

.0106 TAKING OR UNLOADING OYSTERS 

AND CLAMS ON SUNDAY OR AT NIGHT 

(a) It is unlawful to take oysters or clams on Sunday, except in 
accordance with I5A NCAC 3K .0105 .0105(c). or between the 
hours of sunset and sunrise on any day. 

(b) It is unlawful to unload oysters or clams from any vessel or 
remove any vessel containing oysters or clams from the water on 
Sunday or between sunset and sunrise on any day except that in 
New Hanover. Pender and Brunsw ick Counties, oysters and clams 
may be unloaded until two hours after sunset. Oysters and clams 
taken on Sunday under the provisions of 15A NCAC 3K .0105 are 
exempt from the Sunday unloading prohibition. 

Authonn- G.S. 113-134: 1I3-IS2: 143B-289.52. 

SECTION .0200 - OYSTERS 

.0202 SIZE LIMIT AND CULLING TOLERANCE 

(a) It is unlawful to possess oysters which have accumulated 
dead shell, accumulated oyster cultch material, a shell length less 
than that specified by proclamation, or any combination thereof 
that exceeds a 10 percent tolerance limit by volume. In 
determining whether the tolerance limit is exceeded, the Fisheries 
Director and his agents may grade all, or any portion, or any 
combination of ponions of the entire quantity being graded, and in 
cases of violations, may seize and return to public bottom or 
otherwise dispose of the oysters as authorized by law. 

(b) All oysters shall be culled by the catcher where harvested 
and all oysters of less than legal size, accumulated dead shell and 
cultch material, shall be immediately returned to the bottom from 
which taken. 

(c) This Rule shall not apply to oysters imported from 
out-of-state solely for shucking b^ dealers holding a valid license 
for dealing in oysters and are currently permitted at shucking 
houses which are cu ii ently ce r tified for shucking and packing by 
the Division of Environmental Hrahh Health. Shellfish Sanitation 
Section, and which lio ld a valid dealer shucker- p acker license. 

Authority G.S. 113-134: 113-182: 143B-289.52. 

SECTION .0500 - SCALLOPS 



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.()5(»2 TAKING BAY SCALLOPS AT NIGHT AND 
ON WEEKENDS 

It is unlawful to take bay scallops between sunset and sunrise, 
or on Saturdays or Sundays, except as provided in 1 5 A NCAC 3K 
.0105. .()l()5(c ): 

Aialwntx G.S. 113-134: II3-1S2: 113-221: N3B-2<S9.52. 

SUBCHAPTER 3L - SHRIMP. CRABS, AND LOBSTER 

SECTION .(»20(» - CRABS 

.0201 SIZE LIMIT AND CULLING TOLERANCE 

(a) It is unlawful to possess blue crabs less than five inches 
I'roin tip o\' spike to tip of spike except mature feinales, soft, soft 
and peeler crabs crabs, and from March 1 through October .^1. 
male crabs to be used as peeler bail. A tolerance of not more than 
10 percent by number in any container shall be allowed. 

(b) All crabs less than legal si/e. except mature female and soft 
crabs shall be immediately returned to the waters from which 
taken. Peeler crabs shall be separated where taken from the entire 
c atch and placed in a separate container, containe r befo r e r eachi n g 
shore or dock. Those peeler crabs not separated b efore reac hi ng 
s h o r e o r dock shall be deemed hard crabs and are not exempt from 
the size restrictions specified in Paragraph (a) of this Rule. 

AiitlwritxG.S. 113-134: II3-IS2: 113-221: I43B-2S9.52. 

.0206 PEELER CRABS 

[a] It is unlawful to bait peeler pots, except with male blue 
crabs. Male blue crabs to be used as peeler bait and less than the 
legal size must be kept iji a separate container, and mav not be 
landed or sold. 

(b) It is unlawful to possess male white line peelers from June 
I through September _L 

Aiithorirx G.S. 113-134: 113-182: 143B-289.52. 

SUBCHAPTER 3M - FINFISH 

SECTION .0200 - STRIPED BASS 

.0301 SPANISH AND KING MACKEREL 

(a) The Fisheries Director mav. by proclamation, impose any or 
all of the followin ii restrictions on the taking of Spanish or king 
mackerel: 

( 1 ) Specify areas. 

(2) Specify seasons. 

(?i) Specify commercial quantity. 

(4) Specify means/methods. 

(5) Specil'v si/e for fish taken by commercial fishing 
operalicins. 

(b) King mackerel and Spanish mackerel taken for recreational 
purposes or by hook and line: 

( 1 ) It is unlawful to possess king mackerel less than 20 



inches fork length. 



It is unkmful to possess more than three king mackerel 



per person p er day. 

It is unlavyful to possess Spanish mackerel less than 12 



ill 

ill 

(4] 

per person p er day, 
(c) King mackerel and Spanish mackerel taken by ct>mmercial 



inches fork length. 

It is unlawful to possess more than 10 Spanish mackerel 



fishing operations, exclusive of ht)ok and line: 

( 1 ) It is unlav\ful to possess king mackerel less than 20 
inches fork length. 

(2) It is unlawful to possess Spanish mackerel less than 12 



inches fork length. 
(-ai King mack cTch 
(+) It is u n lawful to possess king macke r el less t h a n 20 



t^i I t i s un l awl'ul to possess m o r e than th r ee k in g mackerel 
per perso n pe r day taken by hook-and-line : 
ftr) id) Spanish mackerel: 

( 1 ) It is unlawful to possess Spanish mackerel less than 12 
inches I'ork length. 

(2) It is unlawful to possess more than 10 Spanish mackerel 
per person per day taken by hook-and-line. 

fci(e) Persons in possession of a valid National Marine 
Fisheries Service Coastal Migratory Pelagic (Mackerel) Permit to 
fish on the commercial mackerel quotas are exempt from the 
mackerel creel limits restrictions established in Paragraph 
Paragraphs (a) a n d (b) of this Rule. 

td->(f) Charter vessels with Persons in possession of a valid 
National Marine Fisheries Seryice Federal Coastal Migratory 
Pelagic (Mackerel) Permit must comply with the mackerel creel 
limits restrictions established in Paragraph Pa r ag r a ph s (a) a n d (b) 
of this Rule when fishing \yith more than three pcisons (including 
the captain and mate) on board. 

tC") It is unlawful to possess abc^a r d o r la n d f r nm a \ ' essel. or 

■3.500 pou n ds of Spanish or king mackere l , in the agg regate , in any 

roclamatronT impose any 



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or all of the follow in g restrictio n s o n the taking o l 
m ack er el : 

iV) Specify a r eas. 

Specify seaso n s . 

Specify commerc i al quant i ty . 



frpitrrish xrr king 



t5l 



Spec i fy means/methods. 

Specify s i ze fo r fish taken by xornmca'Tcrl ris+rrrrg 

equipment. 
(g) It is unlawful to possess aboard or land f rom a ve ssel, or 
combination of vessels that form a single operation. iruMv than 
-3.500 pounds of Spanish or king mackerel, in the aggregate, in any 
one day. 

Aiithorirx G.S. 113-134: 113-182: 113-221: !4^B-289.52. 

SECTION .0500 - OTHER FINFISH , 

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(a) The Fisheries Director, may hy prdciamation, impose any or 
all of the following reslrietions on the taking of red drum; 
- ( 1 ) Specify areas. 
P (2) Specify seasons. 

O) Specify quantity for fish taken hy commercial gear. 

(4) Specify means/methods. 

(5) Specify si/e for Hsh taken hy commercial gear. 

tntttHmgth. 

fc1(b) It is unlawful to remove red drum from any type of net 
with the aid of any boat hook, gaff, spear, gig. or similar device. 

ttii(c) It is unlawful to possess red drum less than 18 inches 
total l e n gt h . Icn^jlh or sjreater than 27 inches total leniith. 

(Tl(d) It is unlawful to possess more than inie red drum per 
person perdav taken hy hook-and-line or for recreational purposes. 
of which no more ~th a n o n e m ay h e l a r ize r t h an 27 inches total 



(e)tf) It is unlavyl'ul to possess more than 100 pounds of red 
drum per vessel per day taken \n a commercial tlshinii operation. 
b y co m me r cial f i shi n g equipm en t . 

(f)ttr) The annual commercial quota (January through 
December) for red drum is 250,000 pounds. If the quota is 
projected to be taken, the Fisheries Director shall, by proclamation, 
prohibit possession of red drum taken [n a by commercial fishing 
operation, equipment. 

AinhonrvG.S. II.^-LU: II3-IS2: 113-221: 143B-289.52. 



^503 

(a) 
(I 



FLOUNDER 

It is unlawful to possess tloundei 



Less than 1.^ inches total length taken from internal 
waters: 
(2) Less than 14 inches total length taken from the Atlantic 
Ocean in a with commercial fishing operation; 
e qu ipm e n t o r h y hook-a n d-l i ne o r g i g i f cla imin g th e 
exe m pt i o n s p ecified i n Parag r ap h (f) of th i s Ru l e ; 
) Less than 1 5 inches total length taken from the Atlantic 
Ocean for recreational purposes, by hook-and- l in e or 



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(b) From October I through April .^0, it shall be unlawful to use 
a trawl in the Atlantic Ocean within three miles of the ocean beach 
from the North CarolinaA'irginia state line (35° 33' N) to Cape 
Lookout (34° 36' N) unless each trawl has a mesh length of 5 Vi 
inches or larger diamond mesh (stretched) ox 6 inches or larger 
square mesh (stretched) applied throughout the body, extension(s) 
and the cod end (tailbag) of the net except as provided in 
Paragraphs (h) and (i) of this Rule. 

(c) License to Land Flounder from the Atlantic Ocean: 

( 1 ) It is unlawful to land more than 100 pounds per trip of 
flounder taken from the Atlantic Ocean unless the owner 
of the vessel or i_n the case of Land or Sell Licenses, the 
responsible party, v e s se l has been issued a License to 
Land Flounder from the Atlantic Ocean and the vessel 

A [n use [s the vessel specified on the License to Land 

^ Flounder from the Atlantic Ocean. 

(2) It is unlawful for a fish dealer to purchase or offload 
more than 100 pounds of flounder taken from the 



Atlantic Ocean by a vessel whose owner, or iji Utc case 
of Land or Sell Licenses, the responsible party, thttt has 
not first procured a \'alid Noith Carolina License to 
Land Flounder from the Atlantic Ocean and the vessel 
in use is ttie xessel specified on ]_he License to Land 
F'k>under from the .Atlantic Ocean. Ocea n. 
(3) It is unlawful lor any person to land flounder from the 
Atlantic Ocean under a License to Land Flounder from 
the Atlantic Ocean unless that person is the holder of the 
license or ifie master desi.L'nated on Ijie license. 
t3f To qual i fy foi — a North Carolina License to Land 
Flounde r from the Atla n tic Ocean, a vessel s h all h ave : 
tAl b een G. S. I 1 3- 1 52 o r 113-1 53 du rin g a n y two of 

t h e 1992-93, 1993-94, or IW4-95 1 994-95. 

1995-9 6 . or 1996-97 license yea r s, a n d 
f&) l a n ded in No r th Caroli n a at least 1 ,000 pounds of 

flou n der each - year Irom the At l a n t i c Ocean 

du rin g a n y two of the 1992- 9 3, 1 99 3-94, or 

1994-95 1994-95. 1995-96, o r 1996-97 l i ce n se 

yea r s fo r wh i ch t h e vessel was li ce n sed to la n d i n 

No r th Ca rolin a. 
{A) At l east 10 days p rio r to issua n ce, a ppfi tants fo r the 
l i ce n se s h all co m plete a n a pp licat i on form prov i ded by 
the D i v is ion of Ma rin e F i sher i es a n d sub mi t it to the 
No r t h Ca r o l ina D i v i sio n of Ma rine F i s h e ri es, Post 
O f fice Box 769, 3441 Are n dell Str e et, Mo r e h ead C i ty, 
No r t h Ca r ol in a 28557. — T h e follow i ng in fo r matio n is 
required: 
(-Ai Va l id docu m entatio n pape r s o r cu rr ent moto r 

boat registration o r c opy the r eol' ; 
(fii P r oof ol r equ ir ed lice n ses and fiou n de r l a n d in g s 

data for t h at vessel d ur i n g t h e yea r s the vesse l 

was l i censed. 
Licenses shall be i ssued to qualifying vessels at n o fee 
and only from the Morehead C i ty Office of the Div i s i o n 

(51 L i censes m ay o nl y h e transfer i' ed : 

(tV) with th e t r ansfe r of the owne r ship of a vessel 
holdi n g a L i ce n se to Land Flounder from the 
Atla nt ic O ce a n to the new owner of that vessel; 
or 

t&l h y the ow n e r of a vessel to another vessel u n der 
the sa m e ow n e r s hi p. T h e vessel own er i s o nly 
el i g i ble lo r the sa m e number of Licenses to La nd 
Flou n der f r o m the Atlantic Ocea n fo r whic h hi s 
b oats q ua l ify; 
(fr) Any tra n sfe r ol l ice n se u n der this Pa i ag i aph must he 

fac i l i tated t hr oug h the Division of Ma rin e Fishe r ies 

Mo r e h ead C i ty Office on l y. 
(4)f^ It is unlawful for any individual to land fiounder from 

the Atlantic Ocean without having ready at hand for 

inspection a valid License to Land Flounder trom the 

Atlantic Ocean, except as specified in Subparagraph 

(c)(1) of this Rule. 
(81 Suspension or Rev(x:ation: 

(Ai A Lice n se to La n d Flounde r from t h e Atlantic 
Ocea n issued u n de r this Rule sl i all b e su b ject to 



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suspension — or — rcvncattrm — ptrnmttrrt — tn — ttrc 
provisions of 15A NCAC 3P. except that this 
lieej i se shall be subjeel to revocat i on p u r sua n t to 
the p r ovisions ol'G.S. I 1,VI7I I 13-166 w h e n t h e 
l i ce n see i s co n v i cted ol'a cr imin al offe n se wit h in 
the j u ri sd i ction of t h e Depa r tme n t u n der the 
pr ovisio n s of Su b chap t e r IV of G.S. 1 13. or of 
the rules of the Ma ri n e Fisheries Comm i ssio n 
adopte d u n de r the aut h ority of that Subchapter: 
The Division may co m me nc e proceedings unde i' 
ISA NCAC 3P. for suspe n sion or revocation of 
a License to Land F l ounde i' l i om t he Atla n t i c 
O c ea n i f it finds : 

tr) t h e l i ce n se was obta in ed b y providi n g any 
false i nl oimation or wi l lfu l ly omitting 

is ma lcrhr|-to-th c secu rin g of the license; 

or 

the l i c e ns e — was — falsified. — fraudulently 



fm 

trir) 



a l tered, or counterfeited: o r 
the — l i ce n see — practices — arry- 



fraud ' 



Trr 

decept i o n designed to evade the provisions 
of th i s Rul e o r r easo n able admi ni st r ative 
directives made u iT de r the autho r ity of t h is 
Rule o r G.S. I l3-l82(bK3). 

(d) It is unlawful to transfer tlounder taken from the .Atlantic 
Ocean from one \'essel to another. 

(e) It is unlawful to possess more than eight tlounder per person 
per day taken for recreational purptises b y hook-a n d-l in e o r g i g 
from the Atlantic Ocean. 

tf) Persons fish in e — f r o m a vessel — with a valid — vesse l 



■'I who 



e n do r se m ent to sell or pe r sons -ft shmg hut not Irom a vessel wf 
htrkha " valid nonvessel endo r se m ent to sell are exempt from the 
possession limit in Parag r aphs (a) (3) and (e) ol'this Rule. 

(f)fg-) Tailbag liners of any mesh size, the multiple use of two 
or more cod ends, or other netting material that in any way could 
restrict the legal size mesh required by this Rule, shall not be used 
or possessed on the deck of a vessel in the Atlantic Ocean from 
October I through April 30 from the North CarolinaA'irginia state 
line (36° 33' N) to Cape Lookout (34^ 36' N). 

t£)HT) Trawls with a cod end mesh si/e smaller than described 
in Paragraph (b) of this Rule may be used or possessed on the deck 
of a vessel provided not more than 100 pounds of tlounder per trip 
from May 1 through October 31 or more than 200 pounds from 
November I through April 30 is possessed aboard or landed from 
that vessel. 

(h)Hi Flynets are exempt from the flounder trawl mesh 
requirements if they meet the following definition: 

( 1 ) The net has laige mesh in the wings that measure 8 
inches to 64 inches; 

(2) The first body section (belly) of the net has 35 or more 
meshes that are at least 8 inches; and 

(3) The mesh decreases in size throughout the body of the 
net to as small as 2 inches or smaller towards the 
terminus of the net. 

i\}(f} Commercial Season. 



( 1 ) The North Carolina season for landing ocean-caught 
flounder shall open January 1 each year. If 70 percent 
of the quota allocated to North Carolina in accordance 
with the joint Mid-Atlantic Fishery Management 
Council/Atlantic States Marine Fisheries Commission 
Fishery Management Plan for Summer Flounder is 
projected to be taken, the Fisheries Director shall, by 
proclamation, close North Carolina ports to landing of 
tlounder taken from the ocean. 

(2) The season for landing tlounder taken in the Atlantic 
Ocean shall reopen November I if any of the quota 
allocated to North Carolina in accordance with the joint 
Mid-Atlantic Fishery Management Council/Atlantic 
States Marine Fisheries Commission Fishery 
Management Plan for Summer Flounder remains. If 
after reopening, 100 percent of the quota allocated to 
North Carolina in accordance with the joint Mid- 
Atlantic Fishery Management Council/Atlantic States 
Marine Fisheries Commission Fishery Management 
Plan for Summer Flounder is projected to be taken prior 
to the end of the calendar year, the Fisheries Director 
shall, by proclamation, close North Carolina ports to 
landing of flounder taken from the ocean. 

(3) During any closed season prior to November I, vessels 
may land up to 100 pounds of flounder per trip taken 
from the Atlantic Ocean. 

(jjtlr) The Fisheries Director may, by proclamation, establish 
trip limits for the taking of tlounder from the Atlantic Ocean to 
assure that the indi\'idual state quota allocated to North Carolina in fll 
the joint Mid-Atlantic Fishery Management Council/A\tlantic 
States Marine Fisheries Commission Fishery Management Plan for 
Summer Flounder is not exceeded. 

Authority G.S. 113-134: 113-169.5: I13-IS2: 113-221: N3B- 
289.52. 



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te 



.0504 

(a) 
(1 



TROUT 

Spotted seatrout (speckled trout). 



) It is unlawful to possess spotted seatrout less than 12 
inches total length. 
(2) It is unlawful to possess more than 10 spoited seatrout 
per person per day taken byHTorTk^mcNTnc. hook-and- 
line or for recreational purposes. 
Weakfish (erav trout). 



(h) 
(I 



j The Fisheries Director may. by proclamation, impivsc 
any or all of the following restrictions on llii' taking nf 
weakfish by commercial gear fishinu opera tions: 

(A) Specify areas. 

(B) Specify seasons. 

(C) Specify quantity. 

(D) Specify means/methods. 

(E) Specify size, but the mininuini si/e shall ncH he 
greater than 12 inches total length, 

(2) The Fisheries Director may, by proclaniaiiur.. in .irderto 
comply with or utilize conserxaiion equi' alency to 
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Commission Weakt'ish Management Plan, impose any 
or all of the lollovving restrietions on the taking of 
v\eakfish by hntrte -and- J ine. hook-and-line or for 
recreational purposes: 

(A) Specify quantity. 

(B) .Specify si/e. 



Amhorin G.S. II^-I.U: 11.^-182: 11^-221: 1438-289.52. 

.05(»7 BILLFISH 

( a ) B l ue m arl i n : Marlin: Taken for recreational purposes OL hv 
hook and line: 



I 



( 1 ) It is unlawlul to possess blue marlin less than % W 
inches in length from the lower jaw to the fork in the 
tail. 

(2) It js unlawful to possess white marlin less than 66 
inches iji leniith Irom the lower jaw to the fork m the 
tail. 

t3j It is unlawful to pttssess more than one blue or white 
marlin in the ai:i;ret;ate per vessel per trip. 

(4) It is unlawful to sd] or offer for sale blue or white 
marlin. 

t2i It is u n lawlu l to possess m o r e than o n e b lue ma rl i n pe r 
p erso n per day. 

tfl It is unlaw f u l to p ossess wh i te marlin less th a n 66 
i nc h es in le n gth from t h e lowe r Jaw to the fo r k in th e 
tail. 
t2l It is un l awful to p o ssess mo r e t h an o n e w hi te m a rlin pe r 
peison per day. 
tn Sa il fish : 

(b) Sailfish: Taken tor recreational purposes or by h(U)k and 
line: 

It is unlawful to possess sailfish less than 63 5? inches 
in length from the lower jaw to the fork in the tail. 
It is unlawful to possess more than one sailfish per 
person per day. 
{3) It is unlawful to sell or offer for sale sailfish. 
t&) C ob ia : 
Hi It i s unlawlul to p o ssess cobia less tha n 3? i n c h es fo r k 

length t ake n b y h ook-a n d-li ne . 
t2l It i s u n lawfu l to p ossess m o r e th an two co bi a per pe r son 
pe r day ta k e n b y h oo k- and-line. 
fr) Dolphin: 
ftl It is unlawful to p ossess more tha n 10 dol p h i n pe r 

person pe r da y . 
t2ri Exempt i ons : 

tA) Charter vesse l s w i th a valid Natio n al Ma rin e 
F i sherie s — S erv i ce — Charier — Vessel — Coasta l 
Migratory Pelagic Peiniit and l i ce n sed by the 
U. S. Coast - Guard to carry si x o r le ss passe n ge r s 
fo r hire, m ay po s sess a maximum of 60 dolp hi n 
p e r day r ega r d l ess of the number o t pec^ p le o n 
^ b oa r d. 

• f^^ Vessels w i t h a va li d co mm ercial National Ma r i n e 

Fisher i es Service Fede r al Coas t al Migratory 
Pelaiiic — Peirnit — i n clud in g charte i b oats when 



(I) 



(2) 



m 



f i s h i n g wit h t l i i ve oi — less persons (including 
captai n a n d mate) o n b oa r d a r e exe mp t f r om t h e 
c r eel li mits set out i n Sub p a r ag r a ph (e)( I ) of this 

ri I 

Kuie. 
Aiithoriix G.S. II3-I.U: 113-182: I43B-289.52. 

.0511 BLLJEFISH 

In Older to ci>mply with or utilize con.servation equivalency to 
comply with the management requirements incorporated in the 
Fishery Manageinent Plan forBluefish developed cooperatively by 
the Mid-Atlantic Fishery Management Council and the Atlantic 
States Marine Fisheries Commission, the Fisheries Director may, 
by proclamation, take any or all of the following actions for 
bluefish: in t he h l uef i s li co m merc i a l fishe r y : 

( I ) Taken by a commercial fishing operation: 



t+llaj 

(31 tc] 
(4ltdl 
t^lle] 
tfoili 



ttr) h- 



Specify size; 
Specify seasons: 
Specify areas; 
Specify quantity; 
Specify means/methods; and 
Require submission of statistical and biological 
data. 
Taken for recreational purposes: 

i valencv 



I n o r de r to co m ply with o r ut i l i /e co n servation equ i v 
to com p ly w i th the m anagement requi r ements i ncorpo rated in the 



rtrtrv 



F i she r y Ma n age m e n t Pla n lor Bluelish develo p ed cooperatively 
t h e M i d-Atlantic Fishe ri es Management Cou n ci l a n d the At l antic 



Director may. 



States Mari n e F i she ii es Commission, the F i sheries . 

b y p r oc l amation, t ake a n y or all of the t ollowing actions in the 

bl u efis h hook-and- lin e fi shery : 

Hiiaj Specify size; 

til (bj Specify quantity. 

Authorises. 113-134: 113-182: 113-221:1438-289.52. 

.0513 RIVER HERRING AND SHAD 

(a) U n t i l the ad o pt i on of a fishe r y m anagement pla n for r ive r 
h e rrin g (Blueback He rr i n g, Alewile) o r shad (America n Shad, 
Hicko r y — Shad) — by — the — North — Ca r oli n a — Marine — Fisheries 
Co m mission, it is un l a wful to take b l ue b ack herr i ng, alevv i f e , 
A m e ri can shad a n d h icko r y shad by a n y m ethod from A pri l 15 
th r oug h Janua r y 1 . 

(+r) Upo n adoptio n of and i n o r de r to comply wit h the 
ma n ageme nt — r eq uire ments — i n co rp orated — in — the — Fishery 
M an agement Plan(s) f or River Herring — (B l ueback Herring, 
Alewile) o r Shad (A m erican Shad, Hicko r y S h ad) developed by 
the North Caro l ina Ma r ine Fisher i es Commission, the The 
Fisheries Director may, by proclamation, based on variability \n 
environmental and local stock conditions, take any or all of the 
follow ing actions in the blueback herring, alevvife, American shad 
and hickory shad fisheries: 

( 1 ) Specify size; 

(2) Specify season; 
(-^) Specify area; 

(4) Specify quantity; 

(5) Specify means/methods; and 



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(6) Require submission of statistical and biological data. 

(b) The annual commercial quota (calendar year) for river 
herring m the Albemarle Sound Herri nt: Mana-jement Area shall 
be 450.()0() pounds to be allocated as follows: 

( 1 ) 300. OOP pounds lo the pound net lishciy for the Chowan 
Ri\ci" Hcirin'j Manaijement Area: 

(2) 100.000 pounds to the Albemarle Sound Herri ne 
Manaiiemenl .Area gill net fishery: and 

(3) 30,000 pounds to be allocated at ihe discretion of the 
Fisheries Director. 

(c) For the purpose ot this Rule, the Albemarle Sound Herring 
Management Area is defined as Albemarle Sound and all its joint 
water tributaries: Currituck Sound: Roanoke and Croatan sounds 
and all their '\o\n\ water tributaries, including Oregon Inlet, north 
of a line from Roanoke Marshes Point 35 4S' 12" N - 75 43' 06" 
W. running 122' (M) across to the north point oi' Eagles Nest Bay 
35 '44' 12"N-75 3r(W"W. 

(d) For the purpose of this Rule. 



Ihe Chowan Riyer Herring 
Managemenl Area is defined as that area northwest of a line from 
Black Walnut Point 36 00' 00" N - 76 41' 00" W; running 040 



(M) to Reedy ?o\n\ 36 02' 12" N - 76 39' 20" 'W. to the North 
CarolinaA^irginia state line: including the Mchenin River. 

(ej ll is unlawful to lake American shad and hickory shad by 
any method except hook-and-line from Apri I 1 5 through Decemb er 
3L 

(f)fci It is unlawful to possess more than 10 American shad or 
hickory shad, in the aggregate, per person per day laken by hook- 
and-line. hook-and-line or for recreational purposes. 

Aiahonrx G.S. 113-134: 113-182: 113-221: 143B-289.52. 

.0515 DOLPHIN 

It is unlawful to possess more than 10 dolphin per person per 
day taken by hook and line for recreational purposes except: 
( I ) Charter vessels with a valid National Marine Fisheries 
Service Charter 'Vessel Coastal Migralorv Pelagic 
Permit and licensed by the U.S. Coast Guard to carry six 
or less passengers for hire, may possess a maximum of 
60 dolphin per day regardless of the number of people 
on hoard. 



[2] Vess 



with a valid commercial National Marine 
Fisheries Service Federal Coastal Migratory Pelagic 
Permit includingcharterboals when fishing with three or 
less persons (including captain and mate) on board. 

Autliority G.S. 113-134: 113-182: 143B-289.52. 

.0516 COBIA 

(a) It is unlawful to possess cobia less than 33 inches fork 
length. 

(b) It is unlaw ful to possess more than two cobia p er person per 
day . 

Aurhoim G. S. 113-134: 113-182: 143B-289.52. 

SUBCHAPTER 30 - LICENSES, LEASES. AND 



FRANCHISES 



SECTION .0100 - LICENSES 



.0101 



PROCEDURE AND REQUIREMENTS TO 
OBTAIN LICENSES, ENDORSEMENTS AND 
COMMERCIAL FISHING VESSEL 
REGISTRATIONS 

(a) To obtain any Marine Fisheries licenses, endorsemenls. 
commercial fishing vessel registrations except Recreational 
Fishing Tournament Licenses to Sell Fish and Land or Sell 
Licenses, the following informalic^n is required for a proper 



application by the licensee, a responsible party or person holding 
a power of allornev: 

( I ) Full name, physical address, mailing address, date of 
birth, and signature oJ' the licensee on the applicali(^n. 



If the licensee is not appearing before a license agent or 
a representative of the Division, the licensee's signature 



Ql 



on the application must be notarized: 

Picture identificalion of licensee or responsible party: 



acceptable forms of picture identification are driver' 



license, state identificalion card, militarv idenlificalion 



ID 



card, resident alien card (green card) or passport or d' 
purchased by mai I . a copy thereof: 
Certification that the applicant does not have four or 
more marine or esluarine resource violations during the 



prev ious three years: 

(4) Valid documentation papers or cuiTcnt motor boat 
registration or copy thereof when purchasing a 
commercial fishing vessel registration. If an ap|ilication 
for transfer ot documentation [s pending, a copy of the 
pending application and a notarized bill of sale may be 
submitted: 

(5) Current articles of incorporation and a current list of 
corporate officers when purchasing a license or 
commercial fishing vessel regislralion m a corporate 
name: 

(6) If a partnership is established bv a written parlnership 
agreement, a current copy of such agreement shall be 
prcnided when purchasing a license, endorsement or 
commercial fishing vessel registration in a partnershi p 
name: 

(7) For nonresidents. certificati(^n of the state of residency : 
(S) In addition to the information requi red in G.S. I 13- 

169.4. linear length ol' pier when purchasing aii Ocean 
Fishing Pier License: 
(9) In addition to tlie informalion lequirc J in G.S. I 13- 



\ 



10) 



171. 1. current aircraft registrati on and list oi' operalor(s ) 
when purchasing a Spotter Plane License: 
In addition, for fish dealeis licenses, die physica l 
address of tfie established localion where business is 
conducted and, ff different, the address vvJktc r ecor ds 
are kept, 
(b) To (ibtain a License lo Land FJnunde r Ijoin the A tlantic / 
Ocean: 

( I ) To qualify for a License to Land Fl ound er from the 



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Atlantic Ocean, the applicant shall: 

(A) ha\c landed [n North Cartel ina at least 1 ■()()(> 
pounds ol llounder liont a siniile vessel each year 
from the Atlantic Ocean during any two of the 
1992-93. I99.V94. 1 994-9.S license years lor 
which the person had a \essel that was licensed 
to land in N(^rth Carolina: and 

(B) haye been licensed under G . S . I l/i-l.''2 or G..S. 
I I.VI53durini;anylwo orilie l992-9.r 199.V94. 
or l994-9.'> license years; and 

(C) hold a valid Standard or Retired Commercial 
Fishint: License or valid Land or Sell License. 

t2j It is lawful for a person to hold Licenses to Land 
Flounder from the Atlantic Ocean equal to the number 
of \essels that he owns thai indi\ idualK met the 
eligibility requirements of Parts (b)( l)(A)and (b)( I )(B) 
of this Rule. 

[3] The License to Land Flounder from the Atlantic Ocean 
is only valid when used on the vessel specitled at the 
time of license issuance. 

(4) At the lime oi issuance, the applicant for the License to 
Land Flounder from the Atlantic Ocean shall specify the 
name oi the master of the vessel for each License to 
Land Flounder from the Atlantic Ocean issued. 

(5) Applicants for a License to Land Flounder frtmi the 
Atlantic Ocean shall complete an application form 
pro\'ided by the Di\'ision of Marine Fisheries and 
submit U to the Morchead City Otfice of the Division of 

B Marine Fisheries lor processing. 

(6) his unlawful for the holder of' the License to Land 
Flounder from the Atlantic Ocean to faj] to notify the 
Mcirehcad Office of the Disision of Marine Fisheries 
within \\\v days of chantic as to the master identified on 
the license. 

(7) Licenses to Land Flounder from the Atlantic Ocean are 
issued for the current license year and expire on June 

m 

(c) To obtain a Recreational Fishing Tournament License to Sell 
Fish, the following information is required for a proper 
application: 

( 1 ) Full name, physical address, mailing addres s, date of 
birth, signature oi' tfie tournament organizer, name oi' 
tournament, and dates of tournament on the license 
application. If ifie licensee is not appearing before a 
representative of tfie Division, the licensee's signature 
must be notarized on the application. 

(2) Picture identification of tournament organizer; 
acceptable forms of picture identification are driver's 
license, state identification card, military identification 
card, or passport, or it' purchased by mail, a cc^pv 
thereof. 

(.^1 The tournament organizer must apply with the Division 
of Marine Fisheries at least 30 days prior to Ifie starting 
date of the tournament. 

(d) To obtain a Land or Sell License, the following information 
is required for a proper application: 

( I ) Full name, physical address, mailing address, date oi 



birth, and signature of tlie responsible party or master 
for the \essel on Utc license application. If the licensee 
is noi appealing before a representative oi the Di\ ision. 
the licensee's signature on the application must fie 
notarized on tfie application; 

(2) Pictured identification oi responsible party or masler: 
acceptable forms of picture identification are driver's 
license, stale identificalion card, military idenlincation 
card, or passport ov h applying by mail, a copy thereof: 

(3) Valid documentation papers or current motor boat 
registrati(^n or copy thereof when purchasing a 
commercial fishing vessel registration. II an application 
for transfer of d(K'umentati(tn is pending, a copy of the 
pending application and a mnarized hill of sale mav lie 
submitted. 

Fees will be based on the vessel's homeport as it appears on the 
LI.S. Coast Guard documentation papers or tfie Stale vn which 
the vessel is registered. 

(e) Proof of residency m North Carolina for: 

( 1 ) Standard Commercial Fishing License or Retired 
Standard Commercial Fishing License shall be: 

(A) a notarized certification from the applicant that 
the applicant is a resident of the State of North 
Carolina as defined by G.S. I 13-130(4); and 

(B) a notarized certification from the applicant that a 
North Carolina State Inct>me Tax Return was 
filed for the previous calendar or tax year as a 
North Carolina resident; or 

(C) a notarized certification that the applicant was not 
required to file a North Carolina State Income 
Tax Return for the previous calendar or tax year; 

(D) military identification, military dependent 
identification and permanent change of station 
orders or assignment orders substantiating 
individual's active duty assignment at a military 
facility in North Carolina. 

(2) All other types of licenses: 

(A) North Carolina voter registration card; or 

(B) Valid North Carolina Driver's License; or 

(C) Valid North Carolina Certificate ol' Domicile; or 

(D) Valid North Carolina Identification Card issued 
by the North Carolina Division ot' Motor 
Vehicles; or 

(E) Military identification, military dependent 
identification and permanent change of station 
orders or assignment orders substantiating 
individual's active duty assignment at a military 
facility in North Carolina. 

(f) Applications submitted without coinplele and required 
information will be deemed incomplete and will ikH be considered 
further until resubmitted with all required information. 

(g) License holders are required to notify the Division of 
Marine Fisheries within 30 days of a change oi address. 

(h) Licenses are available at Offices of the Division or by mail 
from the Morehead City Office, unless otherwise specified. In 
addition. Recreational Commercial Gear Licenses are available at 



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Wildlife Sei\ ice A^cnls who have been desiiznaled as agents of the 
Department. 

nr) The tota l nu m be r of l icense age n ts in ll ir euu n lies whic h 
co n ta in o r bo r de r o n coastal f i shing waters s h all not exceed 43. 



Th 



r l ice ns e age nts aut h or i zed l o r each county as oi October I. 
1983. s h a l l be allowed to i v n ew t h e ir agency autho ri zat i o n sub j ect 



to the terms of th i s Rule. The desired numbe r of l i cense agents fo r 
coastal fishing waters cou n ties is t h ree agents fo rCarleret. Dare. 



N 



ew Ha n ove r a n d O n slow cou n ties; two agents for Beaufort. 
Brunswick a n d Crave n counties; a n d o n e age n t for the r e m ai n i n g 
counties: 

tbi In the s e lection of l icense agents, the -Sec r etary sha l l 
co n sider the following requirements; 

^f1 W il li n g n ess — to — atte n d — ann ual — tr a inin g — seminars 
ctTTtd ucted at the D i vis i o n field offices ; 
Demo n strated ability, eithe r th r ough past performance 
or throug h pr ese n t ca p a bi l iti es, to m a in ta in a n accurate 
account i ng of licenses a n d funds rece i v e d Irom the sale 
of licenses; and 

T h at no two lice n se agents be located w i th i n a 10 mile 
radius: 
(r) License agents appointed after October 1 , 1 983. shall receive 
a te m po r a r y a pp o in t m e n t for a s i x month period. The Sec r eta r y 



t^ 



ei 



shati — r eview ~tttc — appointment — and — dete r mi n e w h e t her the 
appointment should continue c j i i the same terms applicable lo othe r 
li ce n se age n ts. 

(tf) It is unlawful for a Division appointed license agent o r a n y 
other pe r son who i s ac t ing i n such agent's b ehalf t(T ; 

fti withhold o r misapp r opriate funds f r o m the sale of 

licenses; 
t^ fa l sify r ecords of licenses so l d; 
t3l willfully and know i ngly assist or allow a p erson to 

o b tai n a l ice n se for w hi ch he is inelig i ble; 
(+) willfull y issue a backdated license ; 
t5) willfully — on — r eco r ds ^ or l i censes — to — include — false 
informat i o n or omit m aterial i nfo i' mation as to : 
(A) a person's ent i tlement to a particula r lice n se; o r 
tBi the applicab i lity or term of a par t icular l ice n se ; 
tfr) r efuse la return all consigned licenses, or to remit the net 
value of consigned licenses sold or u n accou n t e d fo r 
u po n de m and from a n autho ri zed employee of the 
D i vis i o n . 
te) The Sec r etary may temporarily suspend, revoke, o r r efuse 
t o r e n ew a person's appoi n t m e nt as a li ce n se agent if he or h i s 
e m ployees fail in a timely ma n ner to su b mit requi r ed reports, remit 
monies due the Division, or otherwise comply w i th qual i ficat i o n s 



a n d standa r ds s e t by the Di 



t-s tanaa r ds s e t ny tne ui v i s i o n ol Marine I ' ishe r ies. Any appeal 
o f the Secretary's decision to te m po r a r ily sus p end, revoke or refuse 



to renew an 



appointment of a lice n se agent sh all be conducted 
pursuant t o the pr ocess set out i n 15A NCAC 3P .0002. 

Anthontx G.S. I l.^-l .U.] J3-168: II3-168.I: IL^-I6S.2: 113- 
168.3- 113-168.4: 113-168.5: 113-168.6: 113-169: 113-169.2: 
113-169.3: 113-169.4: 113-169.5: J 13-171.1: 143B-289.52. 

.0102 RECREATIONAL FISHING TOURNAMENT 



LICENSE TO SELL FISH 

(aj It [s unlawful for anyone other than the holder of the 
Recreational Fishing Tournament License to Sell Fish to sell fish 



taken during a recreational fishing tournament. 

(b) Fish to be sold under the Recreational Fishing Tournament 



License to Sell Fish must he sold onl\ to licensed fish dealers. 



(c) It is unlawful for a licensed recreational fishing tournament 
organizer to faj] to accurately and l egibly complete and file vsithin 



30 days after the last dav of the tournament a North Carolina 



Recreational Fishing Tournament Disposition of Proceeds from the 



Sale of Fish Form prosided by the Division. 



tal To obtain a vessel license, a n endo r seme n t to sell fish or a 



shel l fish and crab license, the f o llow i ng information is 
r equired: 



t+) Full n ame, add r ess, dale of b i rth, a n d signature on 
license application; 



f2l P i ctu r ed i dentification of purchase r when pu r chasing a 



luentiiieation 
shellfish and crab license : 



frH Valid documentat i o n pa p e r s o r current mo t o r boat 



r eg i st r at i on or copy t h ereof w h en pu r c h as i ng a ves sel 



license. — A hull ident ili cal i on n unihe r i s TX' qu i red tor 
new boats which have n ot been iss u ed vr motor boat 
r egist r at i on n umb er ; 
Hi Ov er all length of vessel. — Any-^ves-?^ 



involving inches shall be rounded off to the nearest foot. 
Less tha n six i nches shall be dropped off; six in ches o r 
m ore shall be r aised to the n ext fool. 



fb) Buy -boat s, r un bo a ts, o r a n y othc 



l e r vessels used in 
co n j unction w i th comme r cial fishi n g ope r atio n s, excx'pl vesse 
w i thout moto r s used in co n nect i o n wit h othe r l i c enscdres- 
p urse boats used nr con n ect i on with menhaden m otir 




fi 



"("ttrc vessel license requirement'^T 
tri Licenses fo r fish spotte r p l a n e s7 menhaden fis h i n g 
licensing by mail shall be handled only b^^tiu ; Division of Ma ri ne 
Fishe r ies. P.O. Box 769. Morehead C -ftyrl'^^ 2H551-()1M. AH 
other licenses may be purchased at anyTrf-^scvcral -authoriTrd 
l i cense agents located throughout the consttrFxTinnties-and-Tn 
seve r al inland count i es. 
(tfl A ves se l e n do r sement to sell m u st be p nrctr.rs-ed lor every 

sell o n a s p ecific vessel must be used whe n ftsh iaken b y tha t 
vessel are sold. 



(e) Tlie non-vessel endorsement to sell fish may only be used to 
sell tlsh whe n a vess e l was n ot used tc r-t a ke s ux.irfis"h c">;ccpt that 
fish take n by payi n g passe ng e r s on ve yscls-fin^ircor feh takerrrn 

n o n -vessel e n do r se m e n t to se l l. — Frsh tttkcn"dtrring-a -simctroned 
t o urn a m ent m ay only be sold by a n aut h o r ized tminTamcr it age nt 

non-vessel endorsx'ment license. l ourna rrK'n is mu ^1 TcgistcT with 
the Divisio n of Mari n e F i sheries 30 -dtiys -prior to the' tcTumtrmcnt 
a nd must designate a n a u thorized tour nanTent-scilTrrgrtmdTep tj rting 
ag en t. Any tou rn a m e n t so r eg i ste r ed is-a-s imrtitTnxrc Ft on rnamcn t 
within the meaning of this s u b sect i o n: | 

if) 'Vessel owners fro m states whic frlr.neTc c i pi ' o cal land orsett 
agreements with North Carolina may la nd-fi s h lak trrouts idc^North 



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Caiolina waters withou t pu r chas in g a land or sell license as 
req u i i e d b y G.S. 1 13-153. A v e ssel e n dorsement to sel l t'lsh with 



-•nt ca r d at li i e esuh l ished l ee based on vesse l Icniilh 



ii» -u i e n dors e ment ca r d at ine esian i isnea l ee 
[J^s iequi r ed to sell f ish in North Carol i na. 

(^ Vesse l ow n e r s f r om slates w hi c h do not h ave I' ecip r ocal la n d 

1 sel l ag r eements w i t h North Ca r ol i na tak i ng I'isli only ouls i de 

N or th Ca r olina coas t a l lishi n g wate r s m ay l a n d those I'ish with a 

sell l i ce n s e . — T o sel l fish i n No i' lh Carol in a, the vessel 



• 



land or sell nce n s e . — t o sen ii s n i n i^o r in >^aroi 

o wner mu s t also possess an e n do r sement lo sell at the esta b lished 

f ee based on the vessel length. 

Aiitlwiitx G.S. 113-134: J13-16S.4: I43B-289.52. 

.0103 AUXILIARY VESSELS 

(a) Buy boats, run boats, purse boats or any other vessels used 
in conjunction with commercial fishini: operations, except vessels 
without motors used in connection wiih other vessels with 
commercial fishing vessel reiiistralit)ns. are required to have a 
commercial fishing vessel registration. 

(h) A person in command irf a \essel that is auxiliary to a vessel 
with a commercial fishine \ essel ix^islralion with a person aboard 
who holds a Standard Commercial Fishing License or a Retired 
Standard Commercial Fishintz License ent:aized \n a commercial 
fishint; operation usinii a pound net, lone-haul, beach seine or 



any spe cies for which a pro c ess or lice n se has n ot b ee n issued w i l l 
r equ ir e an u n p r ocess e d fi n f i sh deale r l i cense : 

(ri A n y perso n dea lin g in f i sh not in c l ude d in the categories of 
Paragraph (a) and (b) of this Ru l e must secure the appropriate 
fi n f i s h (u n p r ocessed o r pr ocessor) de aler 's li c en se . 

AtithoritxG.S. 113-134: II3-I68.I: II3-I6,S.2: II3-16S.5: 113- 
168.6: 113-169: I43B-2S9.52. 

.0104 COMMERCIAL UNLOADING OF FISH 

ll is unlawful to unhxid fish from a vessel [n North Carolina 
entiaecd in a commercial fishing operation outside stale waters 
without possessing a valid: 

(1 ) Standard or Retired Commercial Fishing Licenses; or 
a Menhaden License for Nonresidents Without a 
Standard Commercial Fishing License; or 
a Shellfish License for North Carolina Residents 



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without a Standard Commercial Fishing Licenses; or 
a Land or Sell License. 



ttr) ll is u n lawful to tran spo r t seafood without havi n g ready at 
h a n d fo r ins pection a bil l of co n s i g n ment (bil l of lading) provided 
b y t h e ship p ing dealer showing th e r e on the name of the consignee. 
n a m e of the shipper, the date of the ship m ent, a n d the quantity of 
each product shipped. — In the eve n t t h e f i sherman taking the 
purse seine is exempt from the provisions of G.S. 1 13-168.2 (al). seafood is also a dealer and ships fro m the point of la n ding, all 

records of bills of consignment shall be reco rd ed at the po i nt of 
land in g. 



ttr) The follow in g def in it i o n s sha ll a pp ly for the pu rp ose of 
determi n ing the v ario us deale r l i ce n ses r equ ir ed : 

tD Shucker-packer (oyster, sca l lop or clam) means a person 

who shucks, packs, or o t herwise processes oyste r s. 

scallops or clams and offers such product for general 

market distribution. 
t^ She l l stock shipper means a person engag e d in any other 

oyste r , scallo p or clam deale r a c t i vity not def in ed as a 

s hucke r -packe r . 
t9r) Crab pr ocesso r m ea n s a pe r so n who cooks, p i cks. 

pr e p a r es a n d offers hard c r a b meat for general market 

distribution. 
t4) Unprocessed crab dealer means a p erson en gaged in a n y 

other crab dealer activity not defined as a c r ab 

processor. 
ffr) Shrimp processor means a person who peels, devei n s. 

and/or breads shr i mp and offers such processed p r oduct 

for gene r al market distribution. 
t(r) Unprocessed shrimp dealer means a p er so n w h o 

engages in any other shrimp dealer activity not detlned 

in shrimp processor. 
fh Finfish processor means a person who p r oce s se s fi n fi s h 

t h r ough the stages of head i ng, gutting, filleting (or 

similar stage), canning, deboning. and/or g rin d in g, and 

offe r s fo r general wholesale market distributio n . 
t8l U npr ocess e d fin fi sh dealer means a pe r son w h o e n gages 

in any other finfish dealer activity not defi n ed in fin fish 

pr ocesso r . 

^ tb) Persons in possession of a shucker-packer (oyste r , s callo p 

Tjr clam), crab processor, shrimp processo r , or finfish p r oc e ssor 

lic e n se may also operate a dehydrati n g pla n t fo r the species g r oup 

f o r which the p r ocessor license has bee n secu r ed. Dehydratii m of 



ttr) Fishermen who tr ansport 
r equi r ed to abide by thi s Rule. 



the ir catch to deale r s a r e not 



AurhorinG.S. 1 13-168.1: 113-168.2: 113-168.4: 113-169: 113- 
169.5: 143B-289.52. 

.0105 BAIT DEALERS 

Persons dealing in minnows, live shrimp, or both minnows and 
live shrimp for bail purposes, who are subject to licensing 
requirements under G.S. 1 13-169.3 1 13-156 are required to 
purchase only the license applicable to finfish dealers. A bona fide 
dealer in shrimp, licensed under the provisions of G.S. 1 13-169.3. 
1 13-156. may. however, deal in minnows as well as live shrimp 
for bait purposes, as an incident of his operations under his shrimp 
dealer's license. 

AiiilwrirxG.S. 113-134: 113-169.3: 143B-289.52. 

.0106 DISPLAY OF LICENSES 

(a) It is unlawful: 

( 1 ) For any person to use a vessel required to be registered 
under the provisions of G.S. I 13-168.6 in a commercial 
fishing operation without a current commercial fishing 
vessel registration decal mounted on an exterior surface 
so as to fie plainly visible when viewed from the port 
side; 

(2) To display any commercial fishing vessel registration 
decal not issued for the vessel displaying it. 

(b) It is unlawful lo fail to display any fish dealer's licenses 
required by G.S. 1 13-1 69.3 and ocean fishing pier license required 



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by G.S. I 13-169.4 in prominent public \ic\v vn cuch location 
subject to licensing. 

IcJ It is unlav\ful to display any license other than the current 
licenses lor that license year. 



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Ty^nrt awful to offe r To r sale I' i sh pu r chased I'rc im a l i ce n sed dealer 
wi t h out hav in g r eady at h and a r eceipt o r bi l l of purchase to ve ri fy 
th e pu r chase of said fish. 



Auth,>nt\ G.S. n3-l6.S.6: 11.^-169.3: 1 13-169.4: 143B-289.52. 

.0107 LOST LICENSE REPLACEMENT 

Lost licenses, endorsements, and commercial lishint; vessel 



reiiistralion dccals may be replaced upon payment of a fee of ten 
dollars (SIO.OO) or a fee equal to the initial cc)st of the license, 
endorsement, or commercial lishinL: vessel rciiistratRin. whichever 
is less. 
tal It is unlawfu l: 
(+) For a n y pe r so n to use a vessel requ i red to be lice n sed 
unde r the provis i ons of G.S. I LV152 without a current 
l i ce n se decal mou n ted o n a n exter i o r su r face o r in th e 
r igging so as to be plainly visible when viewed from the 
port side; 
t^ To display any lice n se decal not is s ue d fo r t he vessel 

dis p laying it: 
trV) For the person in charge of a vessel to fail to have ready 
at ha n d fo r in spect i o n the cur r e n t lice n se r ece ip t for th e 
vessel conccrnecf. 



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is unlawful to fail to display a n y dealer's licenses requi r ed 
by G.S. 1 13- 15 6 and ocean p ie r l i ce n se requ i red by G.S. 1 1.'^- 150.1 
in p r omi n e n t public view Tn eac h locatio r i sub j ect to licensing . 

AutlwritxG.S. 113-134: 1 1 3-168. 1: 113-168.6: 1 13-169.4: 113- 
173: I43B-289.52. 

.0108 LICENSE TRANSFERS 

(a) Licenses to Land Flounder from the Atlantic Ocean may 
onl\ be transferred: 

( 1 ) with the transfer of the ownership of a vessel that the 
licensee owns that indi\idually met the eligibility 
requirements of I5A NCAC 30 .0101 (b) ( 1 ) (A) and 
(b) ( 1 ) (B ) to the new owner of that vessel. Transfer of 
the License to Land Flounder from the Atlantic Ocean 
transfers all llounder landings from the Atlantic Ocean 
associated with that vessel: or 

(2) by the owner of a vessel to another vessel under the 
same ownership. 

Any transfer of license under this Paragraph may only be 
processed through the Division of Marine Fisheries Morehead City 
Office and no transfer is effective until approved and processed by 
the Division. 

(b) Commercial Fishing Vessel Registration Transfer. When 
transferring ownership of a vessel bearing a current commercial 
fishing vessel registration, the new owner will follow the 
requirements in i5A NCAC 30 .0101 and pay a replacement fee 
of ten dollars ($10. 00) for a replacement commercial fishing vessel 
registration. The new owner must submit a form provided by the 



Division with the signatures of the former licensee and the 
signature of the new licensee notarized. 

(c) Standard or Retired Standard Commercial Fishing License 
translers: 



(1 



(2) 



(3) 



(4) 



(5) 



A Standard or Retired Standard Commercial Fishing 
License may only be transferred if both the transferor 
and the transferee have no current suspensions or 
revocations of any Marine Fisheries license privileges. 
Lice n se el i g ibi l i ty pr i vileges accrui n g to any i n div idual. 
such as histor i c landings or participation in a fis h e r y. 



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shall h e ass i gned by the Di\ ision to a specific Standa r d 



or Retired Standard Comme r c i al Fish i ng Lice n se held 
by that ind i vidual. At the time of the transfer of a 
Standard or Retired Standard Commercial Fishing 
License, the transferor must indicate the extent of the 
retainment or transfer of the landings history associated 



with that Standard or Retired Standard Commercial 
Fishing License, tra n sfer or ' s — li ce n se — eligibility 
privileges in a pa r ticular fishery, if a n y. The transferor 
may retain a landings history r es i dual license eligib i lit y 
privileges only if the tranferor holds an additional 
Standard or Retired Standard Commercial Fishing 
License. Transfer of a landings hisKuv is all or none. 
To transfer a Standard or Retired Standard Commercial 
Fishing License, the following information is required: 

(A) information on the transferee as set out in 15A 
NCAC .30 .01 01; 

(B) notarization of the current license holder's and the 
transferee's signatures on a transfer torn 
pro\ ided by the Di\ision; and 

(C) when the transferee is a non-resident, a written 
certified statement from the applicant listing any 
violations invohing marine and estuaiine 
resources during the previous three years. 

(D) when the transferor is retiring from commercial 
fishing, the transferor must ,,ubmit e\idence 
show ing that such retirement has in fact occurred, 
for example, evidence of the transfer of all 
licensee's Standard Commercial Fishing 
Licen.ses. sale of all the licensee's registered 
vessels, or discontinuation of any active 
involvement in commercial fishing. 

Properly completed transfer forms must be returned to 

Division Offices by mail or in person; anil 

The Standard or Retired Standard Commercial Fishing 

License which is being transferred must be surrendered 

to the Division at the time of the transfer application. 

Fees: 

(A) Transferee must pay a replacement fee of ten 
dollars (SIO.OO). 

(B) Transteree must pa_\ the dillerenccs in lees as 
specified in G.S. 1 1 3-16^.2 (e)orG.S. 113-168..'^ 
(b) when the transferee who is a non-resident is 
being translerred a resident Standard or Retireti 
Standard Commercial Fishing License. 
Transferee must pay the differences in fees as 



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specified in G.S. 1 13-168.2 (c) when the license 
to be transferred is a Retired Standard 
Commercial Fishing License and the transferee is 
less than 65 years old. 
(6) Transfer ol' Standard or Retired Standard Commercial 
Fishing License for Deceased Licensees: 

(A) Only when the deceased licensee's immediate 
surviving family member(s) is eligible to hold the 
deceased's Standard Commercial Fishing 
Licenses or Retired Standard Commercial 
Fishing License, the Administrator/Executor 
must give written notification within six months 
after the Administrator/Executor qualifies under 
G. S. 28A to the Morehead City Office of the 
Division of Marine Fisheries of the request to 
transfer the deceased's license to the estate 
Administrator/Executor. 

(B) A transfer to the Administrator/Executor will be 
made according to the provisions of 
Subparagraphs (c (2) - (c) (4) of this Rule. The 
Administrator/Executor must provide a copy of 
the deceased licensee's death certificate, a copy of 
the certificate of administration and a list of 
eligible immediate family members to the 
Morehead City Office of the Division of Marine 
Fisheries. 

(C) The Administrator/Executor may only transfer a 
license in the Administrator/Executor name on 

M behalf of the estate to a eligible surviving family 

member. The surviving family member 
transferee may only transfer the license to a third 
party purchaser of the deceased licensee's fishing 
vessel. Transfers will be made according to the 
provisions of Subparagraphs (c) 2 - (c) (4) of this 
Rule. 

(d) Transfer forms submitted without complete and required 
information will be deemed incomplete and will not be considered 
further until resubmitted with all required information. 

(e ) It is unlawful for a person to accept transfer of a Standard or 
Retired Standard Commercial Fishing License for which they are 
ineligible. 

Authority G.S. 113-134: 113-168.1: 113-168.2: 113-1683: 113- 
I08.6: 1438-289.52. 

.0109 ASSIGNMENT OF SCFL 

(al The Division of Marine Fisheries will provide assignment 
forms upon issuance of the Standard CiMttniercial Fishinii License. 
Assiimment must be made on the Division assignment forms. On 
the assignment form, the Standard Commercial Fishing License 
holder must designate what, d' anv. endorsements are included in 
the assignment. Endorsements mav not be assigned independent 
of the Standard Commercial Fishing License. It is unlawful for the 
M landard Commercial Fishing License holder t(^ fail to submit the 
completed assignment lorm to the Morehead City Di\ ision Office 
in person or by mail. An assignment is m effect from the dale 
specified on the assignment form and when: 



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assignment lorm is properh' completed: 
signatures oi' Utc currcnl license holder and the assignee 
arc nolari/ed: and 

assignee has iji their possession ihe original actual 
Standard Commercial Fishing License w i I h 
enelorsemenis oi die current license holder, 
(b) Assignments terminate when: 
( I ) date specified on the assignment fcnni is reached: or 
licensee or assignee are determined ineligible for a 
license or assignment: or 

Division receives a notarized statement from the current 
license holder slating a revised date lor an earlier 
assignment lerminalion; or 
upon the licensee iir assignee's death: or 
(5) the Standard Commercial Fishing License expires. 
If Utc propcrlv completely assignment form is not received by the 
Division within five days from the dale h was signed, the 
assignment is null and void. For an extension of lime for 
assignments, a new assignment form must he completed in 
accordance \\ith Subparagraphs (a)( 1 ) ; 13) of this Rule. 

(e) It is unlawful lor an indi\ idual assigned a Standard 
Commercial Fishing License to tail to have available ready al hand 
for inspection all required d(K'umenis as slated under G.S. I 13- 
168. 1 . The assignee when involved in a commercial fishing 
operation must have the original actual Standard Commercial 
Fishing License and any assigned end()rsemenis and a copy of the 
assignmcnl form in their possession ready lor inspection. 

(d) All landings occurring during the lime of Itie assignment 
will be credited to the Standard Commercial Fishing License 
holder, not the assignee. 



le] It is unlawful to tie assigned more than a single Standard 
Commercial Fishing License at any one time. It is unlawful to 
assign a Standard Commercial Fishing License to more than one 
individual at any one time. Assignments can only be made by the 
person issued the Standard Commercial Fishing License and can 
not tie further assigned by assignees. 

(f) II is unlawful for a person to accept assignment of a Standard 
Commercial Fishing License lor which they are ineligible. A 
nonresident is not eligible for assignment of a resident Standard 
Commercial Fishing License. 

(g) Assignments submitted without complete and required 
information will be deemed not in effect and will not be considered 
further until resubmitted with all required information. 

(h) It is unlawful for any assignee ot a Standard Commercial 
Fishing License not to return the assignment and the Standard 
Commercial Fishing License with any assigned endorsements to 
the assignor of that license within five days of notice that the 
assignment has been terminated or a demand by the assignor to 
return the license. 



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is un l awfu l to r a n y l i ce n see to refuse to sunender to a n agent 
of the Sec re ta ry all license certificates, l i ce n se receipts, l i ce nse 



d e cals. a n d ot h er foims and reco r ds r e l at i ng to the lice n se 
fol l ow in g p ers o n al service of not i ce of suspension or re v ocat ion of 
licenses i n acco r da n ce w i t h G.S. 113-1 66(d). It is u n lawful for any 
person i n custody o r possessio n of any such c er tificate, r eceipt. 



decal. fi- 



red to be su rr endered to refuse to 



aecai. t or m . or recoru requi r ed to n e surrenue r ed to reiuse 
surrender same to an age n t of the Secretary making suc h de m and. 



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AnthorilyG.S. 113-134: 1 1 3-I6SJ : J 1 3-l6<S.2: I13-I6S.5: 143B- 
289.52. 

.0110 LICENSE REFUNDS 

All license lees are non-relundabic except when licenses are 
issued hy the Division m error. 

fa) A cu rr e n tly valid vessel license may be trans l e r red tYom one 
vessel to a no the r vessel pu r chased by the owner upon the suri ' ender 



ol'the l icense receipt and decal fro m the o r iginally l i ce n sed vessel 
to the Division of Mar in e Fisheries. Mo r ehead City Office, and 



purchase of a vessel license lo r the new vessel at full cos t. — A+t 
other I' equ i rements fo r pur c hasing a vessel l i ce n se apply to this 
tr a n sact i on. 

(tr) Upon transfei ' of ownersh i p of a vessel bea ri ng a cu rr e n t 
valid vessel license, a ve s sel license mav be t r a n sfe rr ed from the 



previous ow n er to the new owner by completing the ownersh ip 
t r a n sfe r section o n the gold colored l ic ense r ece i pt. — P r oof thai 
vessel ow n e r s hi p has been ti ' ansfer r ed to the n ew owner is 
required. Proof may include a notarized bill of sa l e or a vessel 
registration t r ansfer o r documentation tr a n sfer. 

AuthontxG.S. 113-134: 113-168.1: 113-173: I43B-289.52: 147- 
84: S.L 1W3 {Regidar Session 1994). c. 576. s. 3. 

.01 1 1 SURRENDER OF LICENSES 

Jaj It is unlawful for any licensee to refuse to surrender to an 
aiienl of ihe Secretary all licenses, license receipts, endorsements, 
commercial fishing \essel rcsiistration decals. and other forms and 
records relating to the license following personal service of notice 
of suspension or revocation of licenses in accordance with G.S. 
113-171. 

(bj It is unlawful for any person in custody or possession of any 
such receipt, decals, form or record required to be surrendered to 
refuse to surrender same to an agent of tlie Secretary making such 
demand. 

AuthontxG.S. 113-134: 113-171: 143B-289.52. 

SECTION .0200 - LEASES AND FRANCHISES 

.0201 STANDARDS FOR SHELLFISH BOTTOM 
AND WATER COLUMN LEASES 

(a) All areas of the public bottoms underlying coastal fishing 
waters shall: 

(1) Meet the following standards in addition to the 
standards in G.S. 113-202 in order to be deemed 
suitable for leasing for shellfish purposes: 

(A) The lease area must not contain a natural shellfish 
bed which is defined as 10 bushels or more of 
shellfish per acre. 

(B) The lease area must not be closer than 100 feet to 
a developed shoreline. In an area bordered by 
undeveloped shoreline, no minimum setback is 
required. When the area to be leased borders the 
applicant's property or borders the property of 
riparian owners who have consented in a 



(2) 



notarized statement, the Secretary may reduce the 
distance from shore required by this Rule. 
(C) Unless the applicant can affirmatively establish a 
necessity for greater acreage through the 
management plan that is attached to the 
application and other evidence submitted to the 
Secretary, the lease area shall not be less than 
one-half acre and shall not exceed: 
(i) 10 acres for oyster culture; 
(ii) 5 acres for clam culture; or 
(iii) 5 acres for any other species. 
This Subparagraph shall not be applied to reduce any 
holdings as of July 1, 1983. 
Produce and market 25 bushels of shellfish per acre per 
year to meet the minimum commercial production 
requirement or plant 25 bushels of cultch or seed 
shellfish per acre per year to meet commercial 
production by planting effort. Planting effort shall be 
considered i n l i eu of commercial product i on for five 
co n secutive years beg i nning March I, 1994, or for the 
first five consecut i ve years fo r any lease granted after 



Ma rch 
(A) 



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Only shellfish planted, produced or marketed 
according to the definitions in 15A NCAC 31 
.0101 (26), (27) and (28) shall be submitted on 
production/utilization forms for shellfish leases 
and franchises. 

(B) If more than one shellfish lease or franchise is 
used in the production of shellfish, one of the 
leases or franchises used in the production of the 
shellfish must be designated as the producing 
lease or franchise for those shellfish. Each 
bushel of shellfish may be produced by only one 
shellfish lease or franchkse. Shellfish 
transplanted between leases or franchises may be 
credited as planting effort on only one lease or 
franchise. 

(C) Production and marketing information and 
planting effort information are compiled and 
averaged separately to assess compliance with 
the standards. The lease or franchise must meet 
either the production rec|uiremenl or the planting 
effort requirement within the dates set forth to he 
judged in compliance with these standards. 

(D) In determining produclion and marketing 
averages and planting effort averages for 
information not reported in bushel measurements, 
the following conversitm factors shall be used: 

(i) 300 oysters. 400 clams, or 400 scallops 
equal one bushel: 

(ii) 40 pounds of scallop shell. U) pounds of 
oyster shell, 75 pounds of clam shell and 
90 pounds of fossil stone equal one 
bushel. I 

(E) In the event that a portion of an e\isiing lease or 
franchise is ohtaiiietl h\ i new (nvner, the 



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produclinn history lor the portion obtained shall 
be a pereentage of the originating lease or 
t'ranehise produetion equal to the percentage of 
the area of lease or franchise site obtained to the 
area of the originating lease or franchise. 
(F) All bushel iiieasurcinents shall be in U.S. 
Standard Bushels. 

(b) Water columns superjacent to leased bottoms shall meet the 
standards in G.S. I I.V2()2.I in order to be deemed suitable for 
leasing for aquaculture purposes. 

(c) Water columns superjacent to duly recognized perpetual 
franchises shall meet the standards in G.S. I 1 3-202.2 in order to be 
deemed suitable for leasing for aquaculture purposes. 

(d) Water column leases must produce and market 100 bushels 
of shellfish per acre per year to meet the minimum commercial 
produetion requirement or plant 100 bushels of cultch or seed 
shellfish per acre per year as determined by Division biologists to 
meet commercial production by planting effort. Pla nting^fort 
sha ll be cons i dered in l i eu of commercial produetion for five 
co n secut iv e ye ar s b eg innin g Ma r c h 1. 1994. or for the first five 
consecutive years for a n y l ease g r anted afte r March 1. 1994 . The 
rules for determining production and marketing averages and 
planting effort averages shall be the same for water column leases 
as for bottom leases and franchises set forth in Paragraph (a) of 
this Rule. 



AurhoritvG.S. 113-134: 113-201: 113-202: 113-202.1: 113-202.2: 
143B-2S9.4. 

SECTION .0300 - LICENSE APPEAL PROCEDURES 

.0301 ELIGIBILITY FOR RECREATIONAL 
COMMERCIAL GEAR LICENSES 

(aj It is unlawful for any individual to hold more than one 
Recreaiional Commercial Gear License. 

(b) Recreational Commercial Gear Licenses shall only be issued 
to individuals. 

tal If t he Chair m an of the Marine Fisheries Com mi ss i o n and t he 
Director of the D i vision of Marine Fisheries do not intend to se r v e 
as mem b ers of the Ap p eals Panel, they may each name a designee 
and a n alte rn ate des i g n e e . 

t+r) A des i g n ee w h o i s u nable to attend a meeting of the Appeals 
Panel shall no ti fy his or her alternate at least 24 hours before the 
meeting. 

tcl The Chaii - of the Appeals Panel (C h air ) s h all be the 
Chairma n of the Ma ri ne Fisheries Commission o r any member of 
the Appeals Panel des i g n ated as Chair by the Chairman of the 
Marine Fisheries Com m ission. 

tth The Appeals Panel shall not act upon a petition without a 
quorum. Two or more me m be r s of the Appeals Pa n el constitute a 
qu orum. 

Autlwritx G.S. 113-134: 113-170.4: 113-173: 113-221: 143B- 
■^1^9.52. 

.0302 AUTHORIZED GEAR 

(a) The followinii are the only commercial fishins: eear 



authorized (including restrictions) for use under a valid 
Recreational Commercial Gear License: 

spears, Hawai i an s l i n gs o r si mi lar dev i ces which propel 
p oi n ted i m p l e m e n ts b y m echa ni ca l mea n s, i n cludin g 
e lastic tu bin g o r ha n ds, p re ssu ri zed gas or si mi l ar 
means; 
(^ With o r w i th o ut a vessel, g i gs or other pointed 
i m p l eme n ts wh i ch are pinpelled by hand, whethe r o r n ot 
the implement remains in the hand: 

( 1 ) tfH One seine 30 feet or over in length with a mesh length 

less than 2'/2 inches, pulled by hand. Mechanical 
methods for using the seine are not authorized for 
recreational purposes; 

(2) t4i One shrimp traw 1 with a headrope not exceeding 26 feet 

in length per vessel. Mechanical methods for retrieving 
the trawl are not authorized for recreational purposes; 

(3) t5l With or without a vessel, five eel. fish, shrimp, or crab 

pots in any combination, except only two pots of the 
five may be eel pots. Peeler pots are not authorized for 
recreational purposes; 

(4) (fr) (3nc multiple hook or multiple bait trotline up to 100 

feet in length; and 
15] t^ Gill Nets: 

(A) Not more than 100 yards of gill nets with a mesh 
length equal to or greater than 2 V2 inches. 
Attendance is required at all times; 

(B) Not more than 100 yards of gill nets with a mesh 
length equal to or greater than 5 V2 inches. 
Attendance is required when used from one hour 
after sunrise through one hour before sunset; and 

(C) Not more than 100 yards of gill net may be used 
at any one time. 

(b) It is unlawful to use more than the quantity of authorized 
gear specified in Subpargraphs (a)(3) - (a)(7) of this Rule, 
regardless of the number of individuals aboard a vessel possessing 
a valid Recreational Commercial Gear License. 

(c) It is unlawful for a person to violate the restrictions of or use 
gear other than that authorized by Paragraph (a) of this Rule. 

(d) Unless otherwise provided, this Rule does not exempt 
Recreational Commercial Gear License holders from the 
provisions of other applicable rules of the Marine Fisheries 
Commission or provisions of proclamations issued by the Fisheries 
Director as authorized by the Marine Fisheries Commission. 

The Appeals Panel w i ll hold regular meetings and qua r t er ly 
meet in gs. 

t+1 The Appeals Panel shall conduct its r egul ar mee tin gs o n 
t he first and third Friday of each m o n th unless the 
Marine Fisheries Commiss i on is sc h eduled t o meet o n 
those dates. — Regular meeti n gs m ay be conducted by 
telephone conference call or in such oihei - manner as the 
Chair dec i des. The Chair ma y c a n cel meetings or ca l l 
add it ional m eetings as r equired. Persons who wish to 
attend a tele p ho n e co n fe r ence call meeting must make 
w r itten req u est w it h th e Fisheries Director at leas t five 
wo r king days p ri o i' to t he meeting. 

f2l The Appea l s Panel may condu c t i ts qua r terly meet i ngs 



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in conjunction vvii li t h eq u a r tc r K ' mcclings of th e Ma r i n e 

consideied by ti i e Appeals P a nel in re n de r i n g its 
decision in accordance wit h the fo llowi n g pr ovisio ns: 



(a) 



ns" olhci' than Iciiah 



questions asked by Appeals Panel members 
duri n g regula r meet in gs and quarte r ly meetings 
shall be evide n ce; 
(+r) Onri — arguments — wtH — orrty — be — heard at — the 

quarterly — Appea l s — Pa n e l — Meetings. Oraf 

ai ' guments shall not exceed 1 5 mi n utes pe r par ty . 
The — ttme — provided — for — argu m e n t — may — be 



s n o r tenea i t tne L n air cietermmes a snorter time 

is n ecessary to dispose ol all othe r matte r s on tlie 

Panel's agenda ; 
(ci Information p r esented in an oral argument is not 

evide n c e a n d shall n ot be in c l uded i n the offic i al 

reco r d; and 
txi) The Div i s i on ol' Ma rin e Fisheries shall make tape 



recordings — r 
pr e s e n ta t io n s. 



-aH — OTtrl — arguments — arrd 



AnthontxG.S. J 13-134: 113-173. 

.0303 RECREATIONAL COMMERCIAL GEAR 
LICENSE POSSESSION LIMITS 

[aj li ij; unlawful to possess more than a single recreational 
possessii^n limit when only one person aboard a vessel possesses 
a valid Recreational Commercial Gear License and recreational 
commercial fishint: equipment as defined in I5A NCAC 30 
.()302(a) is used, regardless oi' the number oi' persons on board. 

(b) It is unlawful to possess individual recreational possession 
limits in excess of tlie number of individuals aboard a vessel 
holding valid Recreational Commercial Gear Licenses. 

(c) It is unlawful for any person who holds both a Recreational 
Commercial Gear License and a Standard or Retired Commercial 
Fishing License and who is m possession of identified recreational 
commercial fishing equipment as defined in I5A NCAC 30 
.0302(a). to exceed the single recrealii^nal possession limit. 

tdj It is unlawful for persons aboard a vessel collectively 
holding ox\\\ one Recreational Commercial Gear License and any 
Standard Commercial Fishing License or Retired Commercial 



Fishing License and who are in possession ot' airy identified 
recreational commercial fishing equipment as defined rn I5A 
NCAC 30 .0302(a). to exceed one recreational possession limit. 
{Tx) Unde r th e Statutes authoriz in g issuance of special l i ce ns es 
in cases of eme r ge n cies or hardshi p s, the most important 
criterion is the demonstration of emergency or hardship. 
The Appeals Panel m ust a n d sha l l de n y pet i tio n s w hi ch fail 
to demonstrate emerge n cy or hardship consiste n t with the 
p rovisions of \5A NCAC 30 .0305 and .030G. 
fbl The co n ten t s of an appeal petition are as follows : 
t+1 Pet i t i ons that do n ot contain the fol l owing items shall be 
returned to the petitioner without being pro ces sed : 
(tV) a completed Appeals Lice n se Application ; 



ei 



ei 









A statement of the lice ii se(s) being requested; 



W h ere a vessel license is requested, a co p y o f the 



r egistration/documentation i n for m at i on — which 
i dentifies the vessel. 

The petitioner's notarized signature; and 
W h e re petitioners a r e n ot res i dents of North 



Carolina, certificat i on f r o m the fisher i es agency 



of the ir r esident state or Jurisd i c ti on showing, for 
the ti m e period b egin n ing Ju l y I. 1991 to t l ie 



pre s ent, all licenses held and any violatio n s or 



con\ ' ictions entered aga i nst the m . - o r the la c k 

therec j f. 
In additi o n, a pet i tion shall incl u d e: 
(tV) a state m ent of emergency or hardship consistent 

with the standards i n this Section; 

A list of license suspensions and revocations, and 



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co n victio n s of fishe ri es ofle n ses i n a n y state o r 

j urisdic ti o n du ri ng t h e past three yea r s; 

The reason(s) fo i failuie tti obtai n the l i cense(s) 

befo r e July 1. 1994.. and in the case of vessel 

endorse m ents to sell, betwe en 1 9 94 and August 

15. 1997. 

A list of commercial fishing l icense(s). f r orn arry 

state or j urisdiction, held b y the pet iti one r si n ce 

July 1 . 1 99 1 . with identifying license number and 

issuing age n cy; and 

(El Request for oral argument, i f des ir ed. 

A pet i t i on may be accompa n ied b y : 

(tV) Evidence demonst r ating t h e exte n t to which tlie j 

livelihood, such as tax r eco r d ^^- y al es rec or ds, tri p 
tickets, and s i m i la r inlormatio rr: 
Sworn — affidav i ts — by — othcTs — ve ri fyi n g — or 
supporting the informatio n in the petition; 

su p po r t of the appeal : arrd 

A statement waiving the op p ortuni tTtrrrepty-to 

t+re — D i V i s i o n — of — M-;trine ■ " F i she r ies 



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dation. 




maticnn t he appeal 



ttH Pet i t i o n s, evide n ce, a n d supporting informatio n may ont5"tic 
filed with th e Division of Marine Fisheries —rt-Tts offices i n 
Morehead City or by mailing to Post Office Bo x ?<T^>riVhTrchcad 
C i ty. No r th Ca r o lin a 28557-07 6 9. Th c-pctitinn-T?half-not-bc 

of the petition and supporting informa timr 

(r1 The Division — of Marine Fishe ries — siTtiif- sub mi t -its 
recommendation a n d any othe r releva n l TnlTrmiarion-trn -tnich 
a pp eal to the Appea l s Panel wit hin 10 w orkingtittyvof ihcnrceipt 
of a co mp lete petitio n . On the same da }- the recomrrK-ndatitoiT is 
sent to the Appeals Panel, the Divisio nof Ma r ine -Pi^ericv-shaH 
serve a copy of its recommendation on the pctitioneT by dejTO s i t in g 
i t i n fi r st c l ass m ail, hand deli\ ' ery. o r faCTirmle deh^•cry. / 

(f) Any — reply — tti — the — D ivis iorr xTJ^-Marinc Prsfieries 

ith -IfTe-BivTsirm if^s^arine 



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p e tition sha l l not be processed u n t i l the p et i t i oner pro\ides an 
-rrrgrrr al a n d lou r copies o l ' the r e ply a nd suppo i ti i i L ! inroimal i o n. 



Authority G.S. I13-LU: 11.^-170.4: 1 1.^-17.^: I43B-2H9.52. 

.0304 CONSIDERATION OF APPEAL PETITIONS 

Authontx G.S. 113-LU: 1 1.^-15.11 : S.L I W.U Regular Session 
19941 V. 576. s. .1- 143B-289.52. 

.0305 EMERGENCY LICENSES 

Aiahoritx G.S. IL'l-I.U: 113-153.1 : S.L 1993 (Regular Session 
1994). <■. 576. ,v. 3: 143B-2H9.52. 



.0306 



HARDSHIP LICENSES 



Authority G.S. 113-134: 1 13-153.1 : S.L 1993 (Regular Session 
1994). c. 576. s. 3: 1438-289.52. 

.0307 APPEALS PANEL FINAL DECISION 

Authority G.S. 113-134: 1 13-153.1 : S.L. 1993 (Regular Session 
1994). c. 576. s. 3: 143B-289.52. 



.0308 



OFFICIAL RECORD 



I 



uthoritxG.S. 113-134: 113-153.1: S.L 1993 (Regular Session 
1994). c. 576. s. 3: 143B-289.52. 



.0309 REASONS FOR REVOCATION 

Authority G.S. 113-134: 1 13-153.1 : S.L 1993 (Regular Sessiim 
1994). <■. 576. s. 3: 143B-289.52. 

.0310 TEMPORARY EMERGENCY VESSEL 
CRAB LICENSES 

Authority G.S. 113-LU: 1 13-153.1 : S.L 1993 (Regular Session 
1994). c. 576. s. 3: I43B-289.52. 

SECTION .0400 - STANDARD COMMERCIAL LICENSE 
ELIGIBILITY 

.0401 ELIGIBILITY BOARD 

(a) The Eligibility Board shall sk as a panel of three members 
consisting of the Chairman of the Marine Fisheries Commissi(Mi. 
the Secretary of the Department of Environment and Natural 
Resources, and the Director of the Divisi()n of Marine Fisheries or 
their designees. The Chairman oi the Marine Fisheries 
Commission, the Secretary of the Department of Environment and 
^atural Resources, and the Director ol' the Division ol' Marine 
Wsheries may each name a designee and an alternate designee to 
serve on the Eligibility Board as their representative in their 
absence. 



(b) The Eligibility Board shall not review an application lor 
eligibility without a quorum oi Utc EligibilitN' Board members or 
designees being present. Twd or more members oi the Eligibility 
Btiard or their designees constitute a quorum. 

Authority G.S. 113-134: I43B-289.52: S.L 1998-225. s. 5.2. 

.0402 APPLICATION PROCESS 

(a) Application forms li n determination oi' eligibiiit\ lor the 
Standard Commercial Fishing Licenses Eligibility Pool shall tie 
axailable at aU offices oi' Utc Division oi' Marine Fisheries and 
must fie submitted to the Morehcad City Ofl'ice oi Ihe Division of 
Marine Fisheries for processing. 

(b) Applications for determination of eligibility for the Standard 
Commercial Fishing License Eligibility Pool for the l9S)9-2()0() 
license year will be accepted beginning April L 1999. All 
applications received from April f, 1999 through June .^0. 1999. 
will be re\ iewed for eligibility for Uie 1999-2000 license year. 

(c) Only one applicatit^n per i ndi\'idual for determination of 
eligibility for Utc Standard Commercial Fishing Licenses 
EligibilitN Pool will be accepted or may fie pending at any one 
time. An applicant may only have one entry in the eligibility pool 
at any one time. 

(d) Indi\'iduals who currently hold or are eligible to purchase a 
Standard or Retired Standard Commercial Fishing License shall 
not be eligible to apply for additional Standard Commercial 
Fishing Licenses through the Standard Commercial Fishing 
Licenses Eligibility Pool. 

(e) IX an applicant has died or becomes ineligible and [s 
subseuuentlv selected from the eligibility pool, that license 
eligibility will automatically revert to the eligibility pool. 

(f) Persons claiming retirement from commercial fishing or 
transferring their Standard Commercial Fishing License may not 
apply for pool eligibility for two years from the date of tlie last 
transfer. 

(g) Applicants are required to notify the Division of Marine 
Fisheries within 30 days ol' a change of address. 

Authority G.S. 113-134: I43B-289.52: S.L 1998-225. s. 5.2. 

.0403 ELIGIBILITY BOARD REVIEW 

(a) The Eligibility Bt^ard will meet on Ifie first Wednesday oi' 
May. 1999. and shall review all applications to determine 
eligibility under criteria set out in I5A NCAC 30 .0404. This 
Board will continue to meet as needed until all applications 
received by the Division of Marine Fisheries by June 30. 1999. 
have been reviewed. 

(b) After determination by the Eligibility Board, applicants will 
be notified in writing as to the applicant's meeting or not meeting 
required eligibility criteria for the Standard Commercial Fishing 
License Eligibility Pool. 

(c) Within 30 days of completion of ttie review by the 
Eligibility Board of tlie applications for eligibility, the Marine 
Fisheries Commission shall conduct a Business Meeting to draw 
the 500 applications from the Standard Commercial Fishing 
License Eligibility Pool for issuance of licenses. This selection 
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spouse, children, iziandparents or legal euardian 



(d) If less than 500 applicaiions are delermined lo be eligible i_n 
the applications suhinitted from April _L 1 999 through June 30. 
1999. the Eligibility Board will meet the first Wednesday ot^ each 
month until the .500 licenses in the .Standard Commercial Fishing waters of the .State, or other states, jurisdictions, or federal waters 



For the purposes of this Rule. inyoKement means persons or 
corporations yyho are engaged In the actual taking of fish, from the 



License Eligibility Pool haxe been issued or until June 30. 2000. or any licensed dealer who purchases fish at the point of landing 



The Marine Fisheries Commission will draw applications from the or their empk)vees at the point of landing. InvoK'ement does not 
Standard Commercial Fishing License Eligibility Pool for issuance 
of licenses by a random selection process at their next regularly 
scheduled meeting. 



include activities such as those who transport fish from the point 



(e) The Eligibility B(^ard shall meet at least quarterly after the 
initial reyjew. unless the 500 openings on the Standard 
Commercial Fishing License Eligibility Pool are not filled in the 
initial reyiew and drayying. Other meetings may be held as 
determined necessary by the Chairman of the Eligibility Board 
based on the number ni applications recejyed alter June 30. 1999. 
to determine eligibility for future years" licenses. 

(f) In subsequent years follovying the 1999-2000 license year, 
the Marine Fisheries Commission will determine the number for 
selection from the Standard Commercial Fishing License 
Eligibility Pool and dravy the applicati(^ns from the Standard 
Commercial Fishing License Eligibility Pool for issuance of 
licenses by a random selection process at their First scheduled 
meeting following July 1 of each year and as necessary throughout 
the year. 

(g) In subsequent years following the 1999-2000 license year, 
the Eligibility Board shall meet at least quarterly to review 
applications. 

Aurlu>n!\ G.S. 113-134: I43B-289.52: S.L 1998-225. s. 5.2. 

.0404 ELIGIBILITY CRITERIA 

In determining eligibility ot' an application for the Standard 
Commercial Fishing License Eligibility Pool, the Eligibility Board 
shall apply the following criteria: 

( I ) Inv()|yemenl m Commercial Fishing: 

(a) .Significant involvement in the commercial 



oi' landing: those who sell or malxc commercial or recreationa 
fishing gear: those who operate bait and tackle shops, unless they 



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fishing industry for three of the fast five years: or 
Significant involvement in commercial fishing or 
in the commercial fishiniz industry prior to the 
last five years: or 

Greater than 50 percent of the applicant's total 
annual income per year for at least three years 
derived from commercial fishing: or 
Greater than 75 percent of the applicant's total 
annual income for three ol itie kist five years 
being derived from commercial fishing: or 
In the case of an applicant who has turned 16 in 
the year prior to application, involvement in 
commercial fishing for two out of the iast five 
years prior to reaching the age of 16 with a 
parent, guardian, grandparent or other adult 
family member: or 

Significant family involvement of the applicant's 
family in commercial fishing for the iast five 
years. For the purpose of this Sub-item, family 
shall include mother, father, brother, sister. 



are engaged in tfie actual taking ot bait for sale: or those who work 



in fish markets or crab picking operations. 

(2) Compliance vn ith Applicable Laws and Regulations: 

(a) The applicant shall not have any licenses, 
endorsements or commercial fishing vessel 



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registrations issued by the Division of Marine 
Fisheries or the right to hold such under 
suspension iir re\()cation at the time of 
application or during the eligibility review: or 
li selected for the Standard Commercial Fishing 



License Eligibility Pool, the applicant shall 



become ineligible for the Standard Commercial 



Fishing License Eligibility Pool if any licenses. 



endorsements or registrations or the right to hold 



such issued by the Division of' Marine Fisheries 



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are suspended or revoked: or 

Four convictions within the last three years or the 



convictions which would cause 



number 

suspension or resocation of license, endorsement. 



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or registration within the last three years shal 
result in the applicati()n being denied: or 
A record of habitual violations evidenced by 
eight or more convictions in the iast jO years 
shall result in the applicatitin being denied: 
For purposes of eligibility for the Standard 



Commercial Fishing License Eligibility Pool, the 



term convictions shall include but not be limited 



to any conviction for \iolation oi any provision 
of G.S. I 13 and any rule implementing or 
autht)ri/ed by such stattitcs: an) con\iction for 
violation of G.S. 76-40 and any rule 
implementing or authorized by such statute: any 



conviction of G.S. 75 A and any rule 
implementing or authorized by such stat utes: any 
conviction for violation of any |irovisi(in of 
Article 7 of' G.S. I43B and any rule 
implementing or aullnnized by such statutes : any 
conviction of resist, obstruct, or delay in'nK ing 



a Marine Patrol Officer or Wildlife Ollieei under 
G.S. 14-223: and any con\iction in\cil\ing 
assaultive behavior toward a Marine Patrol 
Officer or other go\ernmental officiai oi the 
Department oi En\ i i onmen i and N atural 
Resources or the Wild life Commiss ion: 
(f) Applicants for the Standard C ommer cial Fishing^ I 



License Eligibility Pool must pro\ ide 



certification that the ap plicant does ru U have four 



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or more marine or estuarine resource \ iolations 

duririiz the pre%ious three years. 
(3) All applicants lor the Standard Commercial Fishing 
License ElitiihilitN' Pool must meet all other statuti^ry 
eliiiibilily rec|uirements lor the Standard Commercial 
Fishine License. 



AiithoriryG.S. 113-134: 1 I3-16S.1 : 113-168.2: I43B-2H9.52: S.L. 
1998-225. s. 5.2. 

.0405 APPLICATION DOCUMENTATION 

Documentation tor applications: 
( 1 ) Statements from individuals yerifying the applicant's 
involyement must contain the individual's name. 
address and telephone number and must be notarized. 
Proof ol' income derived from commercial I'ishinu or the 
commercial fishinii industry . Proof c^f this income shall 
be tax records. 

The extent to which the applicant has complied with 
federal and state kms, rciiulations. and rules relatinti to 
coastal fishing; and protection of the en\ ironmenl. 
Federal compliance will be verified by a notarized 
statement frotn the applicant that he has complied with 
federal laws. 

All documents required by this Rule tnust he notarized. 
Applications shall be legible and complete or lhc\' will 
be returned. 



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It is unlawful to submit false statements on applications 
or supportint; documents. If eligibility is based on false 
information pro\ ided by the applicant, this eligibility is 
automatically revoked. 



Aiahodty G.S. 113-134: 143B-289.52: S.L 1998-225. s. 5.2. 

.0406 STANDARD COMMERCIAL FISHING LICENSE 
ELIGIBILITY POOL CERTIFICATION 

Annual certification to maintain an eligible applicatiim in the 
Standard Commercial Fishing License Eligibility Pool will be as 
follows: 



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The applicant will be required to certify that the 

information on their original application is correct and 

that they desire to remain \n the Standard Commercial 

Fishing License Eligibility Pool. 

A certificalic^n form will be provided and mailed to the 

applicant at the ]asl known address by the Division. 

This certification, with any changes such as address. 

phone number, or updated fisheries in\ol\ement 

information since the last application or certification 

must be notarized and submitted to the Division within 

12 months of the initial application and annually 

thereafter. 

Failure to return certification that application is correct 

or with changes within 30 days will result m the 

application being deleted from the Standard Commercial 

Fishing License Eligibility Pool. 

An applicant that has been deleted fr(^m the Standard 

Commercial Fishing License Eligibility Pool will 



rccei\e a notice from the Division. 
Autlwittx G.S. 113-134: I43B-289.52: S.L. 1998-225. s. 5.2. 

^Jj ^ 'i; ^ ^= ^ ^ -i^ ^ •!= ^ ^' ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ -f^ ^ ^ 

Notice is hereby given in accordance witli G.S. I50B-21 .2 that 
llw NC Warer Treatment Facility Operators Certification 
Board intends to amend rules cited as 15A NCAC 18D .02(11. 
.0203. .0205 - .0206. .0304. .0307 - .0309. .0403. .0701: and 
repeal rule cited as 15A NCAC I8D.0305. Notice of Rule-making 
Proceedings was puhlislied in the Register on Juiu' I. 1999. 

Proposed Effective Date: August 1 . 2000 

A Public Hearing will be conducted at 10:00 a.m. until 12:00 
noon on September 30. 1999 at the Archdale Building. Ground 
Floor Hearing Room. 512 N. Salisbury Street. Raleigh. NC. 

Reason for Proposed Action: The 1997 Reauth(>ri:.ation of the 
Safe Drinking Act. This reauthorization will require all 
conuuunity and non-community water systems to be staffed with 
certified operators. It will also require that all certified operators 
undergo training during their renewal cycle. Failure to comply 
with the guidelines established by the EPA to assist states in 
compliance with the reauthorization will result in states having to 
revert 2U'^/( of their state revolving fund grains. In North 
Carolina's case, diis will amount to appro.ximately 2.5 million 
dollars per year. The proposed changes will keep North Carolina 
in compliance with the guidelines mentioned above. 

Comment Procedures: Conunems will be accepted through 
October 15. 1999 by John McFadyen. Chairman of the North 
Carolina Water Treatment Facility Operators Certification Board. 
PO Bo.x 29595. Raleigh. NC 27626-0595: Phone (919) 715-3225. 

Fiscal Impact 
State Local Sub. None 
/ / 

CHAPTER 18 - ENVIRONMENTAL HEALTH 

SUBCHAPTER 18D - WATER TREATMENT FACILITY 
OPERATORS 

SECTION .0200 - QUALIFICATION OF APPLICANTS 
AND CLASSIFICATION OF FACILITIES 

.0201 GRADES OF CERTIFICATION 

Applicants for the various grades of certification shall meet the 
following educational and experience requirements: 

( 1 ) GRADE A-SURFACE shall have one year acceptable 
experience at a surface water facility while holding a 
Grade B-Surface certificate and have satisfactorily 
completed an A-Surface school conducted by the Board. 

(2) GRADE B-SURFACE shall: 

(a) Be a college graduate with a bachelor's degree in 



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the physical or natural sciences or be a graduate 
of a two year technical program with a diploma 
in water and wastewater technology, and have six 
months of acceptable experience at a surface 
water facility, or 
(b) Have one year of acceptable experience at a 
surface water facility while holding a Grade 
C-Surface certificate and have satisfactorily 
completed a B-Surface school conducted by the 
Board. 
O) GRADE C-SURFACE shall: 

(a) Be a college graduate with a bachelor s degree in 
the physical or natural sciences or be a graduate 
of a two year technical program with a diploma 
in water and wastewater technology, and have six 
months of acceptable experience at a surface 
water facility, or 

(b) Be a high school graduate or equivalent, have six 
months acceptable experience at a surface water 
facility and have satisfactorily completed a 
C-,Surface school conducted by the Board. 

(4) GRADE A-WELL shall have one year of acceptable 
experience at a well water facility while holding a Grade 
B-Well certificate and have satisfactorily completed an 
A-Well school conducted by the Board. 

(5) GRADE B-WELL shall: 

(a) Be a college graduate with a bachelor's degree in 
the physical or natural sciences or be a graduate 
of a two year technical program with a diploma 
in water and wastewater technology, and have six 
months of acceptable experience at a well water 
facility, or 

(b) Have one year of acceptable experience at a well 
water facility while holding a Grade C-Well 
certificate and have satisfactorily completed a 
B-Well school conducted by the Board. 

(6) GRADE C-WELL shall: 

(a) Be a college graduate with a bachelor's degree in 
the physical or natural sciences or be a graduate 
of a two year technical program with a diploma 
in water and wastewater technology, and have six 
months of acceptable experience at a well water 
facility, or 

(b) Have six mo n ths of acceptable experience at a 
weH — wate r — facility — and — have — satisfactorily 
completed a C-Well school conducted b y the 
Board. — or Be a high school graduate or 
equivalent, have six months of acceptable 
experience at a well water facility, and have 
satisfactorily completed an approved C-Well 
school conducted by the Board, or 

(c) Have one year of acceptable experience at a well 
water facility and have satisfactorily completed 
an approved C-Well school conducted by the 
Board, or 

fc^td] Hold a Grade A-SURF ACE A-Surface 



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certification and have satisfactorily completed an 

approved C-Well school conducted by the Board. 

GRADED- WELL shall: 

(a) Be a high school graduate or equivalent, and have ^ 
six months of acceptable experience at a well 
water I'acility. or 

(b) Be a high school graduate or equivalent, have 



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three months of acceptable experience at a well 
water facility, and have satisfactorily completed 
an approved D-Well school conducted by the 
Board, or 

Have six months of acceptable experience at a 
well water facility and have satisfactorily 
completed an approved D-Well school conducted 



by the Board. 
GRADE A-DLSTRIBUnON shall have one year of 
acceptable experience at Class B or higher distribution 
system while holding a Grade B-Distribution certificate 
and have satisfactorily completed an A-Distribution 
school conducted by the Board, and hold current 
cardiopulmonary resuscitation certificate. 
GRADE B-DISTRIBUTION shall: 

(a) Be a college graduate with a bachelor's degree in 
the physical or natural sciences or be a graduate 
of a two year technical program with a diploma 
in water and wastewater technology, and have six 
months of acceptable experience at a Class B or 
higher distribution system, or 

( b ) Have one year of acceptable experience at a Clas 
C or higher distribution system while holding a 
Grade C-Distribution certificate and have 
satisfactorily completed a B-Distribution school 
conducted by the Board. 

GRADE C-DISTRIBUTION shall hold a certificate of 
completion of trench shoring training conducted by the 
Board and shall: 

(a) Be a college graduate with a bachelor's degree in 
the physical or natural sciences, or be a graduate 
of a two year technical progratn with a diploma 
in water and wastewater technolog) . and haxe six 
months of acceptable ex[ieriencc at a Class C or 
higher distribution system, or 

(b) Be a high school graduate or equivalent, have six 
months of acceptable experience at a Class C 
Class D or higher distribution system and ha\e 
satisfactorily completed a C-Dislribution school 
conducted by the Board, or 

(c ) Have one year of acceptable experience at a Ctes 
€ Class D or higher distribution system and have 
satisfactorily completed a C-T3istribt:tion school 
conducted by the Board. 

GRADE D-DISTRIBUTION shall: 

(a) Be a high school graduate or equi valent, and have 
six months of acceptable e xperie nce at 
distribution system, or 

(b) Be a high school graduate or e qui\alen l. have 



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three momhs of acceplahlc experience at a 
distrihulion system, and ha\e salist'actorily 
completed an approved D-Disirihulion school 
ecmducted b\ the Btxird. or 
(e) Ha\e six months of acceplahlc experience at a 
distrihulion svslem and have salisraclorily 
compleled an approyed D-Distribution school 
conducted by the Board. 
12) GRADE CRCXS.S-CONNECTION-CONTROL shall: 



(a) Be a college graduate with a bachelor's degree in 
the physical or natural sciences, or be a graduate 
of a two-year technical program with a degree in 
water and wastewater or ciyil engineering 
technology, and have satisfactorily completed a 
cross connection control school conducted by the 
Board, or 

(b) Be a high school graduate or equiyalent. haye six 
months of acceptable experience at Class C- 
Distribution or higher system and haye 
satisfactorily compleled a cross connection 
control school conducted by the Board, or 

(c ) Haye one year of acceptable experience at a Class 
C-Distribution or higher system while holding a 
Grade C-Distribution or higher certificate and 
have satisfactorily completed a cross connection 
school conducted by the Board, or 

(d) Be a plumbing contractor licensed by the State of 
North Carolina and haye satisfactorily compleled 

B a cross connection control school conducted by 

the Board. 

Authority G.S. 9UA-2l(c): 9UA-22: 90A-23: 9UA-24. 

.0203 DETERMINATION OF VARIOUS CLASSES 
OF CERTIFICATION 

(a) Determination of various classes of certification shall be 
based on the classification of water treatment facilities to be 
operated. 

(b) The designation of plant classification shall be based on the 
following point system: 

PARAMETER RATING VALUE 

1 1 ) Surface Water Source 

(,A) flowing stream 5 

(B) flowing stream with impoundment 7 

(C) raw water treatment (CuSOj. etc.) .^ 
(2) Ground Water Source 

(A) first five wells 5 

(B) add 1 point per 5 wells or fraction thereof 
over 5 1 

(-•') Coagulation 

(A) aluminum sulfate, ferric chloride, etc. 10 

(B) polymer 5 

(4) Mixing 

:^ (A) baffle 2 

(B) mechanical 4 

(C) air 3 

(5) Oxidation (pre-treatment) 





(A) 


C1,0,: 


5 




(B) 


ozone 


5 




(C) 


KMnO,: 


3 




(D) 


CK: 


3 


(6) 


Carb 


in Trealmenl 


2 


(7) 


Aeration 






(A) 


mechanical draft 


3 




(B) 


coke Iray/splash tray 


2 




(C) 


diffused 


3 




(D) 


packed tower (VOC reduction) 


10 


(8) 


pH Adjustment (primary) 






(A) 


NaOH caustic NaOH 


500] 




(B) 


lime/soda ash 


3 




(C) 


acid (H,SO,.HCl. etc.) 


5(10) 


(9) 


Sedimentation 






(A) 


standard rate 


5 




(B) 


tube settlers 


3 




(C) 


upfiow 


8 




(D) 


puisalors and plates, etc. 


5 


10) 


Contact Tank 


1 



(11) 



(12) 



(1.^) 



(14) 
(15) 



(16) 
(17) 



Filtration 

(A) pressure 

(i) sand/anthracite 
(ii) synthetic media (birm) 
(iii) granular activated carbon (GAC) 
gravity 



(B) 



(18) 



(i) sand 


10 


(ii) anthracite (mixed )/GAC 


12 


(iii) wiih surface wash or air scour 





(C) membrane 


ill 


Ion Exchange 




(A) softener, Na cycle 


5 


(B) softener. H cycle 


7 


(C) Fe and Mn (greensand) 


10 


(D) mixed bed or split stream 


12 


Lime Softening 




(A) spiractors 


10 


(B) clarifier with coagulation 


12 


(C) fuel burner (recarbonation) 


5 


Phosphate (sequestering agent) 


5 


Stabilization 




(A) acid feed 


5(10) 


(B) phosphate 


T 


(C) caustic (NaOH) 


5(10) 


(D) lime/soda ash 


3 


(E) contact units (calcifier, etc.) 


5 


Reverse Osmosis, Electrodialysis 


15 


Disinfection 




(A) gasCK; 


10 


(B) hypochlorite solution 


7 


(C) Cl,0,(sodium chlorite and CI, ) 


13 


(D) ozone 


13 


(E) ammonia and CI,; 


12 


(F) ultraviolet liszht (uv) 


5 


Fluoridation 




(A) saturator 


8 


(B) dry feed 


8 



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10 



(19) 



(20) 



(21) 

(22) 
(23) 



(C) sdluticn (acid) 
Pumpiny 

(A) raw 

(B) intermediate 

(C) finished 

(D) system booster 
Storage 

(A) raw 

(B) treated ground level tankl 

(C) elevated in system (each extra tank 1 pt) 

(D) hydropneumatic 
Population Served I point per 1.000 persons 

served 50 max 

Plant Capacity 1 point per 1 MGD capacity 25 max 
On-Sile Quality Control 



(A) 


bacteriological 
(i) MPN/MF 
(ii) HPC 
(iii) MMO-MUG (Colilert) 






5 
2 
-I 


(B) 


pH 

(i) meter 
(ii) lest kit 






2 
1 


(C) 


fluoride 
( i ) meter 
(ii) colorimetric 






3 
3 


(D) 


chlorine 

(i) titrator 

(ii) colorimeter/spec, 
(iii) test kit 






3 
2 

1 


(E) 


iron 






1 


(F) 


hardness 






1 


(G) 


alkalinity 






1 


(H) 


turbidity 






1 


(I) 


manganese 






1 


(J) 


others (1 pt. each) 






1 


(K) 


A. A. Spec, or G.C. Unit 






5 each 


(c) Thcdesi 


gnation of distribution system classificat 


ons shall 


be based on system characteristics as outlined in 


Rule 


.02 


05 of this 


Section. 











Aitrlwrin G.S. 90A-2I(c): 90A-22. 



.0205 



CLASSIFICATION OF WATER TREATMENT 
FACILITIES 

(a) Treatment plant classification shall be based on the source 
of water and the number of points assigned to each facility as taken 
from the table in Rule. 0203(b) of this Section. Classifications are 
as follows: 



Class C 
Class B 
Class A 
Class D 
Class C 
Class B 
Class A 



10 poi n ts 
xiinls 



0-24 points 
25-40 points 
41-110 points 
over 1 10 points 
(b) The classification of distribution systems shall apply only to 



sys t ems w i th mo r e tha n 100 se r v i ce co nn ectio n s and slia l l he l l ie 
sa m e as the current plant classiflcal i o n for systems dii ' cclly 



fh For systems not di 



;lassif i ed 



3 ir eciiy associated witn a classil i e 
surface water p l ant or we l l system the designat i o n of 



3 assoc i ated with a clas sifie d su r face wate r plant or well system as 
1 dete rmi ned by Pa r agraph (b) of Rule .0203 of this Seclio i i . ' 

3 
2 

1 

T 



distr i bution systems shall he based on the fo l low i ng 
system characteristics : 



tAi Class C-DLSTRIBUTION shall be any syste m 



with greate r than 100 se r vice con n ectio n s h ut l ess 



thar 



"TOOi — se r vice con n ections, wiif i no fi ie 



protection syste m: 



tBi Class B-DISTRIBUTION shall be any syste m 

with greater than 1.000 service connect i o n s but 



less than 3.301 se r v i ce co nn ec ti o n s or any syste m 



less tha n 1001 service connections, w i th a fii ' c 
protect i on system: and 



tei Class A-DISTRIBUTION shall be a n y sy s tem 

with g r eate r than 3.300 service co n nections. 
(b) The classification of distribution systems shall apply to all 



community and non-transient non-communilv public water 



systems. The distribution system class level shall be the greater o[ 



the treatment plant class level from Paragraph (a) oi' this Rule or 



. 



the following class level based on the number of service 
connections and fire protection: 

( 1 ) Class D-DISTRIBUTION shall be any system with 1 00 
or fewer service connections with no fire protection 
system: 

(2) Class C-DISTRIBUTION shall be any system with( \ 
more than 100 service connections but not exceeding 
1.000 service connections, with no fire protection 
system: 

(3) Class B-DLSTRIBUTION shall be shall be any system 
with more than 1.000 service connections but not 
exceeding 3,300 service connections or any system not 
exceeding 1.000 service connections, with a fire 
protection system; and 

(4) Class A-DISTRIBUTION shall be any system wiih 
more than 3.300 service connections. 

t^tcj Class CROSS-CONNECTION-CONTROL shall be any 
distribution system with requirement for five or more backllow 
prevention devices to be installed within the water distribution 
system. 

Authority G.S. 90A-21(c): 90A-22. 

.0206 CERTIFIED OPERATOR REQUIRED 

( a ) There shall be an operator in res -porrsflTl e c h a rge- for xttch 
water treatment facility that adds che mic al s t o th c^-water.-hjs 
app r oved plans for adding c h emi ca^^- -ffr the wate r: -or-has 
equ i p m e n t ins t alled for addi n g che rmcafs-to-thc^valer. - The 

•t ssess a v atid xxtItI icatc 
tcectfing therfassificaiicm 
of the facility for which he or she i s d esignated excrpl Itrr-purchttKcl 
water systems which add only a disinfe ct-aTTtlt) ttrerwitterTn av trreh 
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well walLT or dis tr i h u li o n system uc rlili L - alion cq uivak' nl-trrrrr 



ex ce e di n g the e l assit'ieal i on o f ihe I'ac i lily w i thout r es p e c t to ihc 



*uii g i na l 
jellified 
fnrililv 



uii g i na l snu r ce olthe wate r . All public water systems shall ha\e a 
erlificd ('perator [n responsible chame lor each water treatment 
facilily that alters the physical, chemical, or microhioloiiical 
characteristics of Uic water: has approxcd plans lor such 
alterations; or has equipment installed for such alterations. 

lb) There shall be an operator holding at least a Grade C surface 
C-Surface certification or above assigned to be on duly on the 
premises when a Class A. Class B. o r Class C surface water 
treatment facility is treating water. I n no case s h all the r e he a 
su b stitute n o n -ce r t i f i ed ope r ato r f or m o r e tha n seven days. 
Implementation of this requirement is subject to the following 
provisions: 



HI 



Upon the effective date of this r u l e, each aff e cted 



LUt^ 



0101 



I3]t4) 



I 



IS l u i e. eacn aireci 
facility sha ll ha v e two years to come into co m pliance: 
Upon vacancy of a position resulting in noncompliance 
with this requirement each facility shall notify the Board 
Office within 24 hours or at the start of the next regular 
business day of such vacancy: 

Upon such vacancy the facility shall have 90 days ti) fill 
the position with a certified Grade C or above operator 
or shall have pending approval for a temporary 
certification for the operator: 

Within 18 months of vacancy the facility shall have a 
certified Grade C or abo\e operator assigned to till the 
vacancy, 
c) There shall be an operator in responsible charge for the 
istribution portion of the community and non-transient non- 
community public water systems designated in Subparagraphs 
(c)(1). (2) and (3) of this Rule. This operator shall possess a valid 
certificate issued by the Board equivalent to or exceeding the 
distribution classification of the facility for which he or she is 
designated. 

t+l — No later than July I. 1997 all co m mu n ity pu b lic wate r 
systems se r v in g g r eate r than .^.,^00 service connect i ons 
shall have a ce rti fied dis tr i b ut i on operator in res p ons i ble 
cha r ge of t h e d i st r ibutio n portion of the system. 
ffl( 1 ) No later than July 1. 1999 all community public water 
systems serving greater than 100 service connections 
shall have a certified distribution operator in responsible 
charge of the distribution portion of the system. 

f^l No late r tha n July I. 1998 all community p ublic wat er 

systems se r v in g g r eater than 1.000 se r v ice co n nec t io ns 
s h a l l have a ce r tif i ed distribution ope r ato r i n res p onsib l e 
c h a r ge of t he d i stribution por t ion of the syste m . 
(2) No later than Juh 1, 200 1 al] community and non- 
transient non-communitv public water systems shall 
have a certified distribution operator in responsible 
charge of the distribution portion of the system. A 
system servinti 100 or fewer service connections is 
exempt from this requirement it U has an operator m 
responsible charge as required in Paragraph (a) of this 
4 Rule. 

~ id] By July J^ 200,^ there shall be an operator rn responsible 
charge for the cross-connection-control facilities of the distribution 
system for all public water systems required tiy I5A NCAC I8C 



to have five or more backflovv prevention devices. This operator 
shall possess a \alid Grade Cross-Connection-Control certificate 
issued by the Board. 

(e) All operators of community and non-transient non- 
C(immunily public water systems shall follinv the standard 
(operating procedures established by the operator m responsible 
charge. Any decisions ab(>ul water quality or quantity that affect 
public health which ha\c not been defined m llie standard 
operating procedures shall be referred to tjie operator in 
responsible charge or to the certified operator on duty. 

Aiithoritx G.S. 90A-20: WA-2H: 90A-29: 90A-.U. 

SECTION .0300 - APPLICATIONS AND FEES 

.0304 FEE SCHEDULE 

(a) The cost of examinaticMi and certification shall be twenty 
dollars ($20.00). thirty dollars ($.^0.00). 

(b) The cost of a temporary certificate shall be eighteen dolla r s 
($18.00) twenty-five dc^llars ($2.'S.O0) for a new certificate. 

(c) The examination and certification fee must be paid to Ihe 
Board when the application is submitted. 

(d) The cost ofthe annual certification renewal shall be eig hteen 
do l la r s ($18.00). twenty-five dollars ($25.00). Renewal fees shall 
be payable the first of each calendar year and shall be delinquent 
on the first day of February if not paid prior to that date. 
Delinquent certifications shall be charged an additional fee of 
thirty dollars ($30.00) on the first day of February of each year. 

(e) The operator shall keep the Board informed of his/her 
current mailing address. 

Authority G.S. 90A-27. 

.0305 WAITING PERIOD 

Cand i dates fo r r e-exa mi nat i on are not to be cons i de r ed in 
i n te r vals of less tha n six m onths. 

Authority G.S. 90A-24. 

.0307 REVOCATION OF CERTIFICATE 

(a) If an operator fails to renew his/her certificate and allows it 
to lapse five two years, his/her certificate shall be revoked. 

(b) If an operator fails to meet the continuing education 
requirements of Rule .0308(a) of this Section, his/her certificate 
shall be revoked. 

(c) If an operator in responsible charge fails to meet the 
requirements of 1 5 A NCAC 1 8D .070 1 . his/her certificate may be 
revoked. 

Authority G.S. 90A-25.I: 90A-26. 

.0308 PROFESSIONAL GROWTH HOURS 

(a) An operator holding an A-Well. B-Well. C-Well. A-Su r face. 
B-Surface. or C-Surface certificatio n All certified operators shall 
complete six contact hours of instruction during the year 
immediately preceding annual certification renewal for each 



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certification renewed. Tlie same contact hours may be credited to 
b otii we l l a n d su r face certifications fo r an individ u al o p e r ator 
holding both types of ce r tificatiiJi i s it - t h e i n structio n i s relevant li' 
both su r face water and well water technology, to all certifications 
for which the training is relevant. The instruction shall be related 
to system operation or professional development as needed and 
determined by the individual operator. With the annual 
certification renewal application, the operator shall report on the 
Board's form the contact hours completed during the year. 

(b) The organization providing the instruction shall give each 
participant certificate or other proof of successful completion 
which includes the name of the provider, the provider's address, 
and contact person with telephone number. The proof of 
completion shall identity the name of the participant, the number 
of contact hours completed, the course name, the instructor's name, 
and the date of the instruction received. For in-house training, an 
instructor from outside of the organization shall provide the 
instruction. If an operator fails to provide proof of the required six 
contact hours of instruction at the time of annual certification 
renewal, the certification shall be revoked. 

AuthorirxG.S. 90A-25.1: 9UA-26. 

.0309 CERTIFICATION REINSTATEMENT 

(a) An operator whose certification has been revoked for failure 
to renew for frre two years may have the certification reinstated by 
passing another certification examination for that grade. 

(b) An operator whose certification has been revoked for failure 
to obtain six hours of annual continuing education credit may have 
the certification reinstated by passing another certification 
examination for that grade. 

Aiitlwntx G.S. 9UA-25.I: 9UA-26. 

SECTION .0400 - ISSUANCE OF CERTIFICATE 

.0403 ISSUANCE OF GRADE CERTIFICATE 

(a) When the names of the operators and the grade of their 
current voluntary certificate are known, the Board shall notify the 
operator involved and upon payment of the license fee issue a 
grade certificate corresponding to the grade of certification now 
held by the operator. The Board shall not issue conversion 



certificates for voluntary certificates after July 



ZOO.^. 



(b) To obtain a certificate the applica n t shall satisfactor i ly 
complete an exami n atio n exce p t m the case of a tempo rar y 
certificate o r when certification is by reciprocity, or when the 
ce r tificate is b eing issued to the holde r of a cu r i ' e n t voluntary 
ce r tificate pursuant to Pa r ag r aph (a) of this Rule. The existing 
operator in responsible charge for systems which have no 
treatment and have fewer than 100 service connections may be 
granted a grandparented certification valid only for the system or 
systems that the operator managed on the effective date of this 
Rule. The operator shall not be responsible for more than 10 
systems without written permission from the Board. All 
grandparented certifications are site specific, non-transferrable, and 
shall expire on July J_, 200.^. It' the classification of the plant or 



distribution system managed changes to a higher level, the 
grandparented certification will no longer be valid for the oversight 
Grandparented certifications may be issued after 



oi the system. 
July 1.2001. 



(c) Any ope r ato r h old i ng a val i d su r face certification may 



) 



petition th e Boa r d, and the Board may r e i nstate a revoked, lapsed, 
o r suspe n ded well ce r tification if the g r ade of the surface 



certification is equal t o or higher than the g r ade of the well 
ce r tification. To obtain a certificate the applicant shall 
satisfactorily complete an examination except in the case of a 
grandparented certificate, temporary certificate or when 



certification [s by reciprocity, or when the certificate is being 
issued to the holder of a current voluntary certificate pursuant to 
Paragraph (a) of thns Rule. 



(d) Ar 



^ n y o p e r ato r holding a valid surface certification issued 
prior to July 1. 1992 may petition the Boa r d, and the Board may 



sue a n equivalent well cert i ficat i o n without 



if the 



lent wen ce r tit i caiio n wiinout exa m i n ation i 
operator l ias the wel l facility acceptabl e expe r ie n ce required fo r 



certificat i o n a n d satisfactorily completes an ap pr oved equivalent 
well school. The Boa r d shall not issu e equivalent well certification 
after January 1. 1996. 



Aiir/wrin- G.S. 90A-2l(c): 9UA-23: 9UA-25. 
SECTION .0700 - OPERATIONS AND MANAGEMENT 

.0701 OPERATOR IN RESPONSIBLE CHARGE 

(a) The operator in responsible charge must possess a valid 
certificate issued by the Board equivalent to or exceeding the 
classification of the facility for which he or she is designated 

(b) The operator in responsible charge is actually in charge of 
the daily operation and maintenance of the facility and shall reside 
within 50 miles of the facility and shall be readily available for 
consultation on the premises of the facility in case of an 
emergency, malfunction or breakdown of equipment or other 
needs. The operator in responsible charge of a non-community 
public water system shall not reside more than 50 miles from the 
facility without written permission from the Board. No person 
shall be in responsible charge of more than: 

One surface water treatment facility without written 
permission from the Board, or 

Five community public water systems with well water 
facilities without written permission from the Board and 
not to exceed 15 well water facilities for communit\- 
public water systems in any event, or 
Ten non-community public water systems with well 
water facilities without written permission from the 
Board and not to exceed .10 well water facilities for non- 
community public water systems in any ercnt: event, or 

(4) One distribution system serving o\er 3J( JO ser\ice 
connections without written pciniissio n from the Boa rd, 
or 

(5) Five distribution systems ser\ iiig oyer 500 ser\ ice 
connections without written perntission from the Board. 
or 

(6) Ten total distribution systems vvrthotii w ritten 



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(2) 

(3) 



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permission from the Board, or 
(7) Ten total eross-eonnection-eontrol systems \vith(Hit 
vsritten permission Ircim the Board. 
(e) When permission from the Board is required, the request 
hail inelude suffieient documentation to satisfy the Board that the 
facilities in question can be managed in compliance with the 
requirements of 15A NCAC 18. 

(d) An owner may designate a different person to be the 
operator in responsible charge for surface water treatment 
facilities, well water facilities, cross-connection-control facilities. 
and distribution facilities. 

(e) The operator in responsible charge shall report with annual 
certification renewal the name(s) and public water system 
identification number(s) for all systems for which the operator is 
the operator in responsible charge. 

(f) If an operator in responsible charge takes responsibility for 
an additional system or relinquishes responsibility for any system, 
the operator shall notify the Board in writing within .^Odays iif this 
change. 

(g) The operator in responsible charge shall establish standard 
operating procedures for each facility for which he/she is 
responsible. These procedures shall provide sufficient instruction 
to ensure that his/her decisions about water quality or quantity that 
atfect public health are carried out properly. The procedures shall 
instruct persons lacking proper certification to refer all such 
decisions affecting public health to the certified operator on duty 
or to the operator in responsible charge. 



uthoritx G.S. 9()A-2l(cj. 



TITLE 21 - OCCUPATIONAL LICENSING BOARDS 

CHAPTER 12 - LICENSING BOARD 
FOR GENERAL CONTRACTORS 

Notice is liereby given in accordance wit)} G.S. 150B-21 .2 thai 
tlie Nortli Carolina Licensing Board for General Contractors 
intends to adopt the rule cited as 21 NCAC 12 .0209. amend the 
rules cited as 21 NCAC 12 .0202, .0204-.0205. .0402. .0405. 
.0410. .0901. .0907 and repeal the rule cited as 21 NCAC 12 
.0307. Notice of Rule-making Proceedings was published in the 
Register on Mar 14. 1999. 

Proposed Effective Date: August 1. 2000 

A Public Hearing will he conducted at 10:00 a.m. on October 13, 
1 999 at the Cumberland Building. 3739 National Drive. Suite 225, 
Glenwood Place. Raleigh. NC 27612. 

Reason for Proposed Action: /. To amend the S (nwtal 
erection} classification: 2. To increase the working capital 
requirements for a limited license from $12,500 to $25,000, to 
^!ow applicants to show financial responsibilit}- by working 
Capital or by obtaining a bond, and to amend the bond 
requirements. Tlie text shown in italics has been adopted as a 
temporary rule effective August 24. 1998. The permanent version 



has been approved by the Rules Review Commission and is 
pending the 2000 session. 3. To clarify requirements when the 
quaifying partx ceases to be connected to the licensee: 4. To 
require applications to be accompanied by a certificate of assumed 
name and other appropriate documents: 5. To repeal rule 
requiring the Board to notify the applicant about his application 
within two weeks of the examination: 6. To amend the rule 
regarding the subject matter of the e.xamimition: 7. To amend the 
rule regarding exiunination schedules: 8. To amend the rule 
regarding when a person who has failed an examiiuition may be 
reexamined: 9. To amend the definition of "owner or former 
owiwr" under the Honwowners Recovery Fund: 10. To anwnd the 
sendee requirements for a notice of Homeowiwrs Recoverx Fund 
hearing. 

Comment Procedures: Written conunents max be submitted to 
Mark D. Sclph at the Board's office. The Board's address is PO 
Box 17IS7. Raleigh. NC 27619. Any person max file written 
submission of comments or arguments at tuix time up to and 
iiuluding October 15. 1999. 

Fiscal Impact 
State Local Sub. None 
/ 

SECTION .0200 - LICENSING REQUIREMENTS 

.0202 CLASSIFICATION 

(a) A general contractor must be certified in one of five 
classifications. These classifications are: 

( 1 ) Building Contractor. This classification covers all types 
of building construction activity including hut not 
limited to: commercial, industrial, institutional, and all 
types of residential building construction; covers 
parking decks; all site work, grading and paving of 
parking lots, driveways, sidewalks, curbs and gutters 
which are ancillary to the aforementioned types of 
construction; and covers the work done under the 
specialty classifications of S(Concrete Construction). 
S(Insulation), Sdnterior Construction), S(Masonry 
Construction), S(Rootmg), S(Metal Erection), and 
S(Swimming Pools). 

(2) Residential Contractor. This classitlcation covers all 
types of construction activity pertaining to the 
construction of residential units which are required to 
conform to the residential building code adopted by the 
Building Code Council pursuant to G.S. 14,^-1,^8; 
covers all site work, driveways and sidewalks ancillary 
to the aforementioned construction; and covers the work 
done as part of such residential units under the specialty 
classifications of S(Insulation). StMasonry 
Construction). S( Rooting), and S( Swimming Pools). 

{?>) Highway Contractor. Thisclassificationcoversall types 
of highway construction activity including but not 
limited to: grading, paving of all types, installation of 
exterior artificial athletic surfaces, relocation of public 
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bridge construction and repair, parking decks, 
sidewalks, curbs, gutters and storm drainage. Includes 
installation and erection of guard rails, fencing, signage 
and ancillary highway hardware; covers paving and 
grading ol airport and airfield runways, taxiways. and 
aprons, including the installation of signage, runway 
lighting and marking; and covers work done under the 
specialty classifications of S( Boring and Tunneling). 
S(Concrete Construction). S(Marine Construction) and 
S(Railroad Construction). If the contractor limits his 
activity to grading and does no other work described 
herein, upon proper qualification the classification of 
H(Grading and Excavating) may be granted. 

(4) Public Utilities Contractor. This classification includes 
those whose operations are Ihc performance of 
construction work on the subclassitlcations of facilities 
set forth in G..S. 87-10(3). The Board may issue a 
license to a public utilities contractor that is limited to 
any of the subclassifications set forth in G.S. 87-10(.3) 

for v\hich the contractor qualifies. Within appropriate 
subclassificalion. a public utilities contractor license 
covers work done under the specialt_\ classifications of 
SiBoring and Tunneling). PU(Communications). 
PU(Fuel Distribution). PU( Electrical-Ahead of Point of 
Delivery), and S(Swimming Pools). 

(5) Specialty Contractor. This classification shall embrace 
that type of construction operation and performance of 
contract work outlined as follows: 

(A) H(GradingandExca\'ating). Covers the digging, 
moving and placing of materials forming the 
surface of the earth, excluding air and water, in 
such a manner that the cut. fill, excavation, grade, 
trench, backfill, or any similar operation can be 
executed with the use of hand and power tools 
and machines commonly used for these types of 
digging, moving and material placing. Covers 
work on earthen dams and the use of explosives 
used in connection with all or any part of the 
activities described in this .Subparagraph. Also 
includes clearing and grubbing, and erosion 
control activities. 

(B) S(Boring and Tunneling). Covers the 
construction of underground or underwater 
passageways by digging or boring through and 
under the earth "s surface including the bracing 
and compacting of such passageways to make 
them safe for the purpose intended. Includes 
preparation of the ground surfaces at points of 
ingress and egress. 

(C) PU(Communications). Covers the installation of 
the following: 

(i) All types of pole lines, and aerial and 
underground distribution cable for 
telephone systems; 

(ii) Aerial and underground distribution cable 
for Cable TV and Master Antenna TV 



Systems capable of transmitting R.F. 
signals; 

(iii) Underground conduit and communication 
cable including fiber optic cable; and 

(iv) Microwave systems and towers, including 
foundations and excavations where 
required, when the microwave systems are 
being used for the purpose of transmitting 
R.F. signals; and installation of PCS or 
cellular telephone towers and sites. 

(D) S(Concrete Construction). Covers the 
construction and installation of foundations, pre- 
cast silos and other concrete tanks or receptacles, 
prestressed components, and gunite applications, 
but excludes bridges, streets, sidewalks, curbs, 
gutters, driveways, parking lots and highways. 

(E) PU( Electrical- Ahead of Point of Delivery). 
CoN'crs the construction, installation, alteration, 
maintenance or repair of an electrical wiring 
system, including sub-stations or components 
thereof which is or is intended to be owned, 
operated and maintained by an electric power 
supplier, such as a public or private utility, a 
utility cooperative, or any other properly 
franchised electric power supplier, for the 
purpose of furnishing electrical services to one or 
more customers. 

(F) PU(Fuel Distribution). Co\ers the construction, 
installation, alteration, maintenance or repair of| 
systems for distribution of petroleum fuels, 
petroleum distillates, natural gas. chemicals and 
slurries through pipeline from one station to 
another. Includes all excavating, trenching and 
backfilling in connection therewith. Covers the 
installation, replacement and removal of above 
ground and below ground fuel storage tanks. 

(G) PU(Water Lines and Sewer Lines). Covers 
construction work on vsalcr and sewer mains, 
water service lines, and house and building sewer 
lines as defined in the North Carolina State 
Building Code, and co\ers water storage tanks, 
lift stations, pumping stations, and ajipurtenance 
to water storage tanks, lift stations and pumping 
stations. Includes pavement patching, backfill 
and erosion control as part of such construction. 

(H) PU(Water Purification and Sewage Disposal). 
Covers the performance of construction work on 
water and wastewater treatment facilities and 
covers all site work, grading, and paving of 
parking lots, driveways, sidewalks, and curbs and 
gutters which are ancillary to such construction 
of water and wastewaier treatment facilities. 
Covers the work done under Ilio specialty 
classifications of S( Concrete Cnnslixiction), 
S(Insulation). Sdnicrioi- Constitiction). 
S(Masonrv Construclim), S(Ri:.l'inLi). and 



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S(Metal Erection) as part of such work on water 
and wastewater treatment facilities. 
S(Insulation). Covers the installation, alteration 
or repair of materials classified as insulating 
media used for the non-mechanical control of 
temperatures in the construction of residential 
and commercial buildings. Does not include the 
insulation ofmechanical equipment and ancillary 
lines and piping. 

Sdnterior Construction). Covers the installation 
of acoustical ceiling systems and panels; drywall 
partitions (load bearing and non-load bearing), 
lathing and plastering, flooring and finishing. 
interior recreational surfaces, window and door 
installation, and installation of fixtures, cabinets 
and millwork. Includes the removal of asbestos 
and replacement with non-toxic substances. 
S(Marine Construction). Covers all marine 
construction and repair activities and all types of 
marine construction in deep-water installations 
and in harbors, inlets, sounds, bays, and 
channels; covers dredging, construction and 
installation of pilings, piers, decks, slips, docks, 
and bulkheads. Does not include structures 
required on docks, slips and piers. 
S(Masonry Construction). Covers the 

installation, with or without the use of mortar or 
adhesives, of the following: 
(i) Brick, concrete block, gypsum partition 
tile, pumice block or other lightweight and 
facsimile units and products common to 
the masonry industry; 
(ii) Installation of fire clay products and 

refractory construction; 
(iii ) Installation of rough cut and dressed stone, 
marble panels and slate units, and 
installation of structural glazed tile or 
block, glass brick or block, and solar 
screen tile or block. 
S(Railroad Construction). Covers the building, 
construction and repair of railroad lines 
including: 



The clearing and filling of rights-of-way; 

Shaping, compacting. setting and 

stabilizing of road beds; 

Setting ties, tie plates, rails, rail 

connectors, frogs, switch plates, switches, 

signal markers, retaining walls, dikes, 

fences and gates; and 

Construction and repair of tool sheds and 

platforms. 
S(Roofing). Covers the installation and repair of 
roofs and decks on residential, commercial, 
industrial, and institutional structures requiring 
materials that form a water-tight and weather- 
resistant surface. The term "materials" shall be 
defined for purposes of this Subparagraph to 



(i) 
(ii) 

(iii) 



(iv) 



include, among other things, cedar, cement. 

asbestos, clay tile and composition shingles, all 

types of metal coverings, wood shakes, single ply 

and built-up roofing, protective and refiective 

roof and deck coatings, sheet metal valleys. 

flashings, gravel stops, gutters and downspouts, 

and bituminous waterproofing. 
(O) S(Melal Erection). Covers: 

(i) The field fabrication, erection, repair and 
alteration of architectural and structural 
shapes, plates, tubing, pipe and bars, not 
limited to steel or aluminum, that are or 
may be used as structural members for 
buildings, equipment and structure; and 

(ii) The layout, assembly and erection by 
welding, bolting or riveting such metal 
products as. but not limited to, curtain 
walls, tanks of all types, hoppers, 
structural members for buildings, towers, 
stairs, conveyor frames, cranes and crane 
runways, canopies, carports, guard rails, 
signs, steel scaffolding as a permanent 
structure, rigging, flagpoles, fences, steel 
and aluminum siding, stadium and are n a 
seating, bleachers, and fire escap e s. 
escapes, and seating for stadiums, arenas, 
and auditoriums. 
(P) S( Swimming Pools). Covers the construction. 

service and repair of all swimming pools. 

Includes: 



(1) 
(ii) 



(111) 



Excavation and grading; 

Construction of concrete, gunite. and 

plastic-type pools, pool decks, and 

walkways, and tiling and coping; and 

Installation of all equipment including 

pumps, filters and chemical feeders. Does 

not include direct connections to a sanitary 

sewer system or to portable water lines, 

nor the grounding and bonding of any 

metal surfaces or the making of any 

electrical connections. 

(Q) S(Asbeslos). This classification covers 

renovation or demolition activities involving the 

repair, maintenance, removal, isolation, 

encapsulation, or enclosure of Regulated 

Asbestos Containing Materials (RACM) for any 

commercial, industrial, or institutional building, 

whether public or private. It also covers all types 

of residential building construction involving 

RACM during renovation and/or demolition 

activities. 

(b) An applicant may be licensed in more than one classification 

of general contracting provided the applicant meets the 

qualifications for the classifications, which includes passing the 

exainination for the classifications in question. The license granted 

to an applicant who meets the qualifications for all classifications 

will carry with it a designation of "unclassified." 



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AnihunnG.S. 87-1:87-1(1 

.0204 ELIGIBILITY 

(a) Limited License. The applicant for such a license must: 

( 1 ) Be entitled to be admitted to the examination given by 
the Board in light ofthe requirements set out in G.S. 87- 
10 and Section .0400 of this Chapter; 

(2) Be financially stable to the extent that the total current 
assets of the applicant or the firm or corporation he 
represents exceed the total current liabilities b\ at least 
twe l ve th ousand five hu n d r ed dollars (SI 2.500.00). 
iwcnlx -fi\ e thousand dollars ( $25.000) as rellected in an 
audited tlnancial stalemenl prepared by a certitlcd 
public accountant or an independent accountant who is 
entailed m the public practice of accountancy; 

(3) Successfully complete 70 percent of each part of the 
examination given the applicant by the Board dealing 
with the specified contracting classification chosen by 
the applicant. 

(b) Intermediate License. The applicant for such a license must: 

( 1 ) Be entitled to be admitted to the examination given by 
theBoardinlightof the requirements set out in G.S. 87- 
10 and Section .0400 of this Chapter; 

(2) Be financially stable to the extent that the total current 
assets of the applicant or the firm or corporation he 
represents exceed the total current liabilities by at least 
fifty thousand dollars (S50.000) as refiected in an 
audited financial statement prepared by a certified 
public accountant or an independent accountant who ix 
engaged in the public practice of accountancy: 

(3) Successfully complete 70 percent of each part of the 
examination given the applicant by the Board dealing 
with the specified contracting classification chosen by 
the applicant. 

(c) Unlimited License. The applicant for such a license must: 

( 1 ) Be entitled to be admitted to the examination given by 
theBoardinlightof the requirements set out in G.S. 87- 
10 and Section .0400 of this Chapter; 

(2) Be financially stable to the extent that the total current 
assets of the applicant or the firm or corporation he 
represents exceed the total cuiTcnt liabilities by at least 
one hundred thousand dollars ( S 1 00,000) as refiected in 
an audited financial statement prepared by a certified 
public accountant or an independent accountant who is 
engaged in the public practice of accountancy: 

(3) Successfully complete 70 percent of each part of the 
examination given the applicant by the Board dealing 
with the specified contracting classification chosen by 
the applicant. 

(d) Should the fi n ancial statement submitted by the applicant 
fail to demonstrate In lieu of demonslratinti the required level of 
working capital, the an applicant sha l l may obtain a surety bond 
from a surety authorized to transact surety business in North 
Carolina pursuant to G.S. 58 Article 7, 16, 21. or 22. The surety 
shall provide proof that it maintains a rating from A.M. Best, or its 
successor rating organization, of either Superior (A++ or A+) or 



Excellent (A or A-). The bond shall be continuous in form and 
shall be maintained in effect for as long as the applicant maintains 
a license to practice general contracting in North Carolina or until 
the applicant demonstrates the required level of working capital. 
The application form and subsequent annual license renewal forms 
shall require proof of a surety bond meeting the requirements of 
this Rule. The applicant shall maintain the bond in the amount of 
fifty thousand dol l a r s ( $50,00 ,0 01 two hundred fift\' thousand 
dollars (S25().000) for a limited license, two hund r ed fifiy 
thousa n d do l la r s ($250,000.00) five hundred thousand dollars 



($500.000) for an intermediate license, and five hundi ' ed thtiusand 
dollars ($500,000.00) one million dollars ($1.000.000) for an 
unlimited license. The bond shall be for the benefit of any person 
who is damaged by an act or omission ofthe applicant constituting 
breach of a construction contract or breach of a contract for the 
furnishing of labor, materials, or professional services to 
construction undertaken by the applicant, or by an unlawful act or 
omission of the applicant in the performance of a construction 
contract. The bond required by this Rule shall be in addition to 
and not in lieu of any other bond required ofthe applicant by law, 
regulation, or any party to a contract with the applicant. Should 
the surety cancel the bond, the surety and the applicant both shall 
notify the Board immediately in writing. If the applicant fails to 
pro\ide written proof of financial responsibility in compliance 
with this Rule within 30 days ofthe bond's cancellation, then the 
applicant's license shall be suspended until written proof of 
compliance is provided. After a suspension of two years, the 
applicant shall fulfill all requirements of a new applicant for 
licensure. The practice of general contracting by an applicanti 
whose license has been suspended pursuant lo this Rule will 
subject the applicant to additional disciplinary action h\ the Board. 

(e) Reciprocity. If an applicant is licensed as a general 
contractor in another state, the Board, in its discretion, need not 
require the applicant to successfully complete the written 
examination as provided by G.S. 87-15.1 . However, the applicant 
must comply with all other requirements of these rules to he 
eligible lo be licensed in North Carolina as a general conlraclor. 

(f) Accounting and reporting standards. Working capital, 
balance sheel v\ iih current and fixed assets, current anil long term 
liabilities, and other financial terminologies used herein shall he 
construed in accordance with those standards relened to as 
"generally accepted accounting principles" as promulgated by the 
Financial Accounting Standards Board, the American Institute of 
Certified Public Accountants, and. if applicable, through 
pronouncements of the Governmental Accouniing Standards 
Board, or their predecessor organizations. An audited fin.incial 
statement, an unqualified opinion, and (Uher financial rcjiorting 
terminologies used herein shall be construed in accordance with 
those standards referred to as "generally accepted auditing 
standards" as promulgated by the American Institute of Ceriilled 
Public Accountants through pronouncements of the Auditing 
Standards Board. 

Authority G.S. 87-1: 87-W. i 

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QUAL/EMP/ANOTHER 

(a) Any application made pursuant \o G.S. 87-10 for a new 
applicant seeking qualil'ications hy employment of a person who 

as already passed an examination shall be completed and filed at 
least 30 days before any regular or special meeting of the Board. 
At such meeting, the Board v\ill consider the application. The 
regular meetings of the Board are in Januars. April. July and 
October of each year. 

(b) The qualifier for the applicant shall be a responsible 
managing employee, officer or member of the personnel of the 
applicant, as described in G.S. 87-10 and Rule .0408(a) of this 
Chapter. A person may serve as a qualifier for the persons own 
individual license and for only one additional license. A person 
may not serve as a qualifier under this Rule if such person has not 
served as a qualifier for a license of the appropriate classification 
for more than two years prior to the filing of the application, 
application found U_) be in complete order. Subject to the prov isions 



of G.S. 150B and Section .0800 of these Rules, the Board may 
reject the application of an applicant seeking qualification by 
employment of a person who has already passed an examination 
if such person has previously served as qualifier for a licensee 
which has been disciplined by the Board. 

(c) It is the responsibility of the holder of a general contractors 
license to notify the Board immediately in writing as to the 
termination date in the event the qualifying individual or 



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indi\iduals cease to be connected with the licensee. After such 
notice is filed with the Board, or the Board determines that the 
ualifying indi\ idual or indi\ iduals are no lonsier connected with 
e licensee, the license shall remain in full force and effect for a 



period of ,30 days the r eafte r , from the termination date, and then be 
cancelled, as provided by G.S. 87-10. Holders of a general 
contractors license are entitled to reexamination or replacement of 
the qualifying individuafs credentials in accordance with G.S. 87- 
10, but may not engage in the practice of general contracting for 
any project whose cost exceeds the monetary threshold set forth in 
G.S. 87-1 after the license has been cancelled, until another 
qualifying individual has passed a required examination. 

Authoriu- G.S. 87-1: 87-10. 

.0209 APPLICATION 

(a) Any application made pursuant to G.S. 87-10. when 
appropriate must be accompanied by a Certificate of Assumed 
Name as filed with the Register of Deeds office in the county [n 
which the applicant is to conduct its business, pursuant to G.S. 66- 
68. A copy of such certification must be provided with the 
application to the Board. Applications submitted to the Board on 
behalf of corporations, limited liability companies and partnerships 
must be accompanied by a copy of llie apprt)priate documents 
(Articles of Incorporation, Certificate of Authority, etc. ) as filed 
with the North Carolina Secretary of Statc'solTice. 

(b) All licensees must comply with the requirements of G.S. 66- 
68 and must notify the Board within 30 days of any chanjie hi tlie 

f me [n which the licensee is conductintz business in llie State of 
jrth Carolina. 

Aiitlwnn G.S. 87-1: 87-4: 87-10. 



SECTION .03(K) - APPLICATION PROCEDURE 

.0307 NOTICE OF APPROVAL 

W i thin two weeks of th e exami n atio n , a n applica n t w i ll be 



Fthe 



no ti fied of the de t e imi nation h y t h e Boa r d of hi s a ppli cat i on. 
Board approves the tippiic at i on, t h e applica n t will be notified also 
of the exact dale and location of the examination. 

Aiit/wrinG.S. 87-1: 87-10. 

SECTION .0400 - EXAMINATION 

.0402 SUBJECT MATTER 

(a) In lightof the requirements of G.S. 87-10, the examinations 
given by the Board are designed to ascertain: 

(1) the applicant's general knowledge of the practice of 
contracting in areas such as plan and specification 
reading, cost estimation, safety requirements, 
construction theory and other similar matters of general 
contracting knowledge; 

(2) the applicant's knowledge of the practice of contracting 
within the classification or classifications of general 
contracting as indicated b\ the applicant to the Board in 
his application; 

(3) the applicant's knowledge of the laws of the Slate of 
North Carolina relating to contractors, construction and 
liens, and the aspects and fundamentals of business 
management and operations. 

(b) The content of the examination will depend on the 
classification or classifications of general contracting for which the 
applicant seeks licensure, as indicated by his application. Also, 
within the specialty contractor classification, examinations given 
by the Board are designed to test the applicant's knowledge of the 
particular trade, category or categories of specialty contracting 
indicated in his application. The Examination Information 
Procedures publication and other available materials describes the 
suggested examination resources and reference materials for each 
examination, examinations. 

AuthontxG.S. 87-1: 87-10. 

.0405 EXAMINATION SCHEDULE 

Examinations are approxi m ately one day in duration and are 
given i n Ma r c h . June. Septe mb e r and Dece m ber of each year. 
Althoug h the exact dale and location of each examinat i on cannot 
be spec i fically detei i nined i n advance, the examinations are 
usually gi ven duri n g the se c ond Tuesday. Wednesday, or Tliursdav 
of the mo n th i n questio n . How e ve r , i n any eve n t, a n app l icant w i ll 
be notified of the exact date and location of an examinatio n upo n 
the approva l of the application by the Board no later than two 
weeks prio r to the date of t h e exami n a t ion. Upon approval of the 
application by the Board, applicants will be notified as to the 
instructions for scheduling! the required examination or 
examinations. Applicants may receive details from the appropriate 
examinations provider concerning the actual date, time and 
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AiitluiritxG.S. 87-1:87-10. 

.0410 FAILING EXAMINATION; REEXAMINATION 

Persons taking the examination must receive a score of at least 
70 for eaci i part of an examination in order to pass the 
examination. Persons who do not receive a passing score of 70 or 
higher on each required pa r t of an examination shall have one 
calendar 



T t i ve m onths) to retake and pass the 



year (1.; consecut i ve m ontns) to reiaKc 
re qu ir ed p art of a n exa ni inalio n . for the sa m e class i f i cat i o n , may 
not be reexamined for a period of at least 30 days following the 
dale of any failed examination. The calendar yea r begins w i th the 
first exami n ation date of the part of th e exa m ination resulti n g in a 
score of less than 70. If a person does not receive a score of 70 or 



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ugl i er on all parts ot an exa m mation withn i one ca l enda r yea r , t h e 
p erso n i s r equ ir ed to take all parts of the examination as pro v ided 
by G.S. ^7-IO(d). 

Aiahorin G.S. 87-10. 

SECTION .0900 - HOMEOWNERS RECOVERY FUND 

.0901 DEFINITIONS 

The following definitions shall apply to the Boards 
administration of the Homeowners Recovery Fund established 
pursuant to Article 1 A, Chapter 87 of the General Statutes: 

( 1 ) "Constructing or altering" includes contracting for the 
construction or alteration of a single-family residential 
dwelling unit. 

(2) "Dishonest conduct" shall not include a mere breach of 
a contract. 

(3) "Incompetent conduct" is conduct which demonstrates 
a lack of ability or lltness to discharge a duty associated 
with undertaking to construct or alter a single family 
residential dwelling or the supervision of such 
construction or alteration. 

(4) "Owner or former owner" includes the owner or former 
owner of real property who contracted with a general 
contractor for the construction of a single-family 
residential dwelling unit. "Owner or former owner" 
shall not include a person who is a spouse, child, parent, 
grandparent, sibling, partner, associate, or employee of 
a general contractor whose conduct caused a 
reimbursable loss. In addition, the term shall not 
include general contractors or any financial or lending 
institution, institution, or any owner or former owner of 
a single-family residential dwellini: unit which has been 
the subject of an award from the Homeowners Recovery 
Fund resulting from the same dishonest or incompetent 
conduct. "Owner or lormer owner" shall not include the 
owner of real property who constructed or contracted for 
construction of a single-family residential dwelling unit 
without intending to occupy the single-family residential 
dwelling unit. 

(5) "Substantial completion" means that degree of 
completion of a project, improvement or specified area 
or portion thereof whereupon the owner can use the 



same for its intended use. 

(6) "Separately owned residence" means a building whose 

construction is governed by Volume VII of the North 

Carolina State Building Code. 



Aiuhorin G.S. 87-15.6. 

.0907 HOMEOWNERS RECOVERY FUND HEARING 

(a) If it is determined by the Recovery Fund Review Committee 
that the Board should conduct a hearing on an application, the 
Board shall give the applicant and general contractor notice of 
hearing not less than 1 5 days before the hearing. Notice of hearing 
to the general contractor shall be sufficient if mailed to the last 
known address of the general contractor at least 15 days prior to 
the date of' the hearing. This notice shall contain the following 
information: 

( 1 ) The name, position, address and telephone number of a 
person at the offices of the Board to contact for further 
information or discussion; 

(2) The date, time, and place for a pre-hearing conference, 
if any; and 

(3) Any other information being relevant to informing the 
parties as to the procedure of the hearing. 

(b) All homeowners recovery fund hearings will be conducted 
by the Board or a panel consisting of a majority of the members of 
the Board. 

(c) The provisions of 21 NCAC 12 .0825 governing 
disqualification of Board members shall also govern hearings 
conducted pursuant to this Section. 

(d) Should a party fail to appear at a hearing, the Board may 
proceed with the hearing and make its decision in the absence of 
the party, provided that the party has given proper notice. The 
Board may, in its discretion, order a continuance in order to give 
the party another opportunity to appear. 

(e) Any party may be a witness and may present witnesses on 
the party's behalf at the hearing. The Board staff may afso present 
evidence and participate at the hearing. All oral testimony at the 
hearing shall be under oath or affirmation. At the request of a 
party, the presiding officer may exclude witnesses from the 
hearing room so that they cannot hear the testimony of other 
witnesses. 

(f) At the hearing, the applicant shall be required to show: 



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(1) 



(2) 
(3) 



He has suffered a reimbursable loss as defined in G.S 
87-15.5(6) and Rule .0901(c) of this Chapter m the 
construction or alteration of a single-family dwelling 
unit owned or previously owned by that person, 
provided, that if there have been findings entered in a 
contested civil action relevant to the issue of v/hcther (he 
applicant has suffered a reimbursable loss, then such 
findings shall be presumed as established for purposes 
of this Section subject to rebuttal by the general 
contractor; 

He did not, directly or indirectly, obtain ihi? iiuilding 
permit in his own name or diel use a general contractor; 
He has made application wiihin one year alter the 
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appeals, in cdnneclion with the unsatisfied judgment or 

within the period prescribed in Rule .0904(a) of this 

Chapter for claims based upon the automatic stay 

provisions of Section 362 of the U.S. Bankruptcy Code; 

(4) He has diligently pursued his remedies against the 

general contractor and on any applicable bond, surety 

agreement or insurance contract, and attempted 

execution on the judgments against all Judgment debtors 

without success. 

(g) The general contractor shall be permitted to participate in 

the hearing as a party and shall have recourse to all appropriate 

means of defense, including the examination of witnesses. 

Aiithoritx G.S. 87-15.5: 87-15.6: 87-15.7: 87-15.8. 

CHAPTER 46 - BOARD OF PHARMACY 

Notice is hereby given in accordance with G.S. 150B-2I.2 tliat 
the North Carolina Board of Pharmacy intends to adopt the 
rules cited as 21 NCAC46 . 1508. . 1816 and amend tite rules cited 
as 21 NCAC 46 .1413. .181(1 .1814. Notice of Rnle-makiug 
Proceedings was published in tlie Register on May 14, 1999. 



SECTION .1400 



Proposed Effective Date: August 1. 200U 



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The Public Hearings will be conducted at: 

) 9:00 a.m. on October 5, 1999 at the Monroe Confereiu-e 
Neuter, East Carolina Scliool of Medicine, Greenville. NC: 

(2) 1 1:30 a.m. on October 7, 1999 at the Holiday Inn Four 
Seasons, Forsyth Ballroom, Greensboro, NC: 

(3) 10:00 a.m. on October 8. 1999 at the Mountain AHEC, 501 
Bibmore Avenue. Asheville, NC. 

Reason for Proposed Action: ( 1 ) To revise requirements fc>r 
drug distribution and control in a liealth care facility pharmacy 
when the phannacist is absent: (2) To revise requireuwuts fa- 
automated dispensing or drug supply devices in a health care 
facility pharmacy and other permitted phannacy: (3) To set out 
procedures for centralized processing of prescription orders: (4) 
To set out prerequisites for application for the disease state 
management e.xamination: (5) To revise requirements for 
compounding. 

Comment Procedures: Persons wishing to present oral data, 
views or arguments on a proposed rule or rule change, mayfde a 
notice with the Board at least 10 days prior to the public hearing 
at which the person wishes to speak. Comments should be limited 
to 10 minutes. The Board's address is Board of Pharmacy. PO 
Bo.x 459. Carrboro, NC 27510-0459. Written submission of 
comments or argument will be accepted at any time up to and 
including October 15. 1999. 

y Fiscal Impact 
State Local Sub. None 
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HOSPITALS: OTHER HEALTH 
FACILITIES 



.1413 ABSENCE OF PHARMACIST 

(a) When a health care facility pharmacy is not open 24 hours 
a day, seven days a week, arrangements shall be made in advance 
by the pharmacist-manager for provision of drugs and 
pharmaceutical care to the medical staff, other authorized 
personnel, and patients of the health care facility after normal 
working hours by use of an "on call" pharmacist accessible to the 
facility during all absences, and an ancillary drug cabinet as 
described in Rule . l4l4(g)of this section. In addition, one or both 
of the options in Subparagraphs (a)( I ) and (2) may be authorized 
by the pharmacist-manager to assure access to drugs and 
pharmaceutical care in the absence of a pharmacist: 

( 1 ) a contractual arrangement with another health care 
facility, pharmacy, or pharmacist; 

(2) a nurse trained and authorized by the pharmacist- 
manager to remove drugs or devices from the pharmacy 
after hours. The pliarmacist-nu n age r shall m a int a in a 
cu rr e n t list of authorized pe r sons. Entry into the 
pharmacy after hours shall occur only if the drug needed 
is not in the ancillary drug cabinet. The o n -ca l l 
pha r mac i st shall be co n tacted b y the nu r se to ve ri fy t h e 
appropriateness and accuracy of the med i c a tion o r de r 
a n d me dicat i on removed f r o m t h e p har m acy at the ti m e 
of r e m oval : The pharmacisl-manaiier shall maintain a 
current list of authorized persons and document the 
initial orientation, continuing education, and quality 
control processes on an on^oinii basis. The pharmacist- 
mana'jer shall maintain a hst of restricted inedications 
that cannot be taken from the pharmacy and can tMily be 
dispensed by the "on call" pharmacist. For medicatic^ns 
not on the restricted list, an "on call" pharmacist must be 
accessible for questi('ns by the authorized nurse. Within 
24 hours, t li e plia ini ac i st-manage r a pharmacist shall 
verify the accuracy and appropriateness of the 
medication order and the medication removed from the 
pharmacy. 

(b) A suitable record of drugs or devices removed from 
ancillary drug cabinets or from pharmacy inventory shall be 
maintained for three years in the health care facility. The 
pharmacist-manager shall at least quarterly verify the accuracy of 
the records. 

(c) Supportive personnel approved by the pharmacist-manager 
may be present in the pharmacy at other than regular service hours 
to perform certain clerical, repackaging and distributive functions 
according to written policies and procedures if the drugs so 
handled are not permitted to leave the pharmacy until all work 
performed has been checked and certified as being correct by the 
pharmacist. 

(d) Only drugs in unit-of-use packaging shall be removed from 
the ancillary drug supply or from the pharmacy; they shall be used 
for administration to a specific patient only, in amounts sufficient 
to meet the needs for immediate therapeutic requirements. 
Controlled substances may be stocked and removed from an 
ancillary drug cabinet; controlled substances may not be removed 



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from the pharmacy in the absence of a pharmacist. Drugs shall be 
pre-labeled by the pharmacist with drug name, strength, lot number 
and expiration date. A copy of written orders for new medications 
shall he provided to the pharmacy. 

AiithontyG.S. W)-85.6: 90-85.21: 90-85. .U: 90-85.3.1 

SECTION .1500 - ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS: 
EXAMINATIONS 

.1508 PREREQUISITES FOR DISEASE STATE 
MANAGEMENT EXAMINATION 

In order to ap ply for the disease state management examination 
administered by the Board, a pharmacist must: 
( 1 ) be a North Carolina licensed pharmacist: 

have 21)00 hours follovving licensure of clinical hands- 
on Board approved pharmacv related experience: and 
successfully complete the North Carolina Center for 
Pharmaceutical Care(NCCPC) recotini/ed certification 
program, or successfully complete any national 
cerlification course or examination. 

Aiithoiin G.S. 90-85.6: 90-85.34. 

SECTION .1800 - PRESCRIPTIONS 

.1810 COMPOUNDING 

In accordance with G.S. 90-85..^(c) and (r), and 90-85. 6(a). ilie 
Board has pr ima r y Jurisdict i o n over compou n ding occui 'i' ing in 
l ocations hold i ng a phaimacy permit, and suc h All compounding 
shall comply with the following: 

t+1 b ased on the existence of a praclil i one r -phaimacist- 
p a tien t relationship and the p r esentation of a valid 
prescri p tion, or in anticipation of prescription orders 
based on estab li shed prescribing patterns, a pharmacist 
may compound a d r ug pr oduct fo r a n i ndividual pat i e n t. 
A pha i' macist also may compound a d r ug p r oduct prio r 
to r eceiving a valid presc r iption based on a history of 
receiv i ng — vali d p r esc r i p t i o n s generated within an 
established pract i tioner-phaiiriacist-pat i ent relationship. 
Compounded drug products shall not be offe r ed to other 
en ti t i es fo r resale: however, practitioners may obta in 
compounded drug products to administe r to patients 
wi th in the scope of their prof e ssio n al p r ac ti c e: 
(^ the pha ii nacist is r es p o n si b le — for — afl — aspects of 
compounding: howeve r , unlicensed pe r sonnel working 
under the supervision of the pharmacist may assist in 
compou n ding: 
01 d r ug substa n ces used for compounding shall be USP or 
Nr grade, or i f u n available, AR. CP. ACS, o r FC C 
g r ade su b stances may be used. If n one of the foregoing 
grades a r e available, then the pharmacist must e s t abl i sh 
the purity and safety of the i n g i edient prio r to its use. 
Ma n ufactured drug products used lo r i n g i' edients must 
be la b eled with a batch co n trol number and a future 
expiration date; 



t+) equipme n t and utensils used for comp o unding shall n o t 
b e r eactive, additive o r absor p tive so that the safety- 



i dent i ty, strength, quality, a n d purity of the comp o u n ded 



drug product will not be adversely affected. — A+1 



compounding equipment and utensils shall fie cleaned 



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and sani tized piior to us e . A co mp ounding pharmacy 



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shall ha ve w r itten procedures and formulas f o i tin 
compound i ng of d r ug p r oducts: 

any excess compounded drug product retained by the 
pharmacy shall be labeled with a complete list of 
ingredients or reference to such information, the 
preparation date, and an expiration date based upon the 
pharmacist's professional judgment. The excess 
compounded drug product shall be stored under 
conditions to preserve its strength, quality and purity: 
with the exception of the simple reconstitution of drug 
products, the pharmacy shall maintain a log referencing 



aim 



instructions for compounding and showing the name or 
initials of the person who compounded a drug product 
and the name or initials of the pharmacist who checked 
the compounded drug product, product, if applicable: 
with the exception of the simple reconstitution of drug 
products, the pharmacy shall maintain a recordkeeping 
system to ensure public safety in the event that a recall 



occurs, f r om which the date of purchase, supplier. 



m a n ufacture r , and lot num b er or othe r ide n lifiei of each 



i n gredient can be dctci ' mined for eacl rc ompounded drug 



product dispensed; provided however, that health care 



facil i ty pharmacies may comply w i tli this requ ir eme n 
by maintaining records of lot numbeis ( . inly. — Ai\ 



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pharmacy — records — r esulting — from — compounding. 



i ncludi n g the compounding — log. sha ti — be readily 



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retrievable and maintained in the phar m acy for a period 
of three years, 

compounding of radiophai ' mac X'titTt-af'drtnr prrodttct-s 

shall comply with Section .2700 of this Chapte r. 

in addition to the requi r ements of this Section, th^ 



compou n di n g of sterile pa r ente r al drug products shall 



>Q-T jf th i s Chapte r 



Aiahuntx G.S. 90-85.6: 90-85.32. 



.1814 



AUTOMATED DISPENSING OR DRUG 
SUPPLY DEVICES 

(a) Automated dispensing or drug supph- devices may be used 
in health care facility pharmacies and where a pharmacy permit 
exists, for maintaining patient care unit medication inventories or 
for a patient profile dispensing system, provided the utilization of 
such devices is under the supervision of a pharmacist. The 
pharmacist-manager shall develop and implement procedures to 
assure safe and effective use of medications, and. at a minimum, 
shall assure that: 

(1) only authorized personnel, as indicated by written 

policies and procedures, may obtain access to the drug 

inventories: 



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(2) all drugs therein are reviewed no less than monthly; 

(3) a system of accountability must exist for all drugs 
contained therein; the purity, potency, and integrity of 
the drugs shall be preserved; 

(4 ) the device provides records required by this Section and 
other applicable laws and rules; 

(5) requirements for controlled substances security are met; 
and 

(6) prior to the drug being released for access by the nurse, 
the pharmacist enters the medication order into a 
computerized pharmacy profile that is interfaced to the 
automated dispensing unit, so that drug allergy 
screening, therapeutic duplication, and appropriate dose 
verification is done prior to the drug being administered. 

(b) Medicati('ns ma\ be ONcrridable, without an order being 
entered into an interfaced pharmacy information system, only in 



those situations where the automated dispensing device [s being 
used for the purpose of pro\ iding floor stock controlled 
substances; and/or limited starler doses or PRN doses. This does 



not preclude the medication order for such drugs being entered into 



the pharmacy profile for therapeutic checks. Such units may also 



be used to provide ancillary drug inventories, as defined \r\ 
Paragraph (g) in Rule .1414 of this Chapter without having a 



pharmacy profile interface. 



I 



tiT)(c) Pharmacist supervision shall include: 

( 1 ) The packaging and labeling of drugs to be placed in the 
dispensing devices. Such packaging and labeling shall 
conform to all requirements pertaining to containers and 
label contents; 

(2) The placing of previously packaged and labeled drug 
units into the dispensing device; 

( .-^ ) The removal of the drug from the dispensing device and 
the final labeling of the drug after removal from the 
dispensing device; and 
(4) In the absence of a pharmacist, a person legally 
qualified to administer drugs may remove drugs from 
the dispensing devices only in the quantity of doses 
needed to satisfy immediate patient needs. 
(c1(d) Bar code scanning of drug packaging and storage units 
may be utilized as a quality control mechanism if this technology 
is available in the automated dispensing system. 

ttfxe) Restocking of automated dispensing devices may be done 
by pharmacy technicians under the supervision of the pharmacist. 



Autliorin- G.S. 90-85.6: 90-85.32; 90-85.33. 



.1816 PROCEDURES FOR CENTRALIZED 

PROCESSING OF PRESCRIPTION ORDERS 

(a) A pharmacy permitted by the Board may process a request 
for the filling or refilling ot' a prescription order received by a 
pharmacy within this State, provided: 

( 1 ) The pharmacy that [s to fdl or refill the prescription 
either has a contract with the pharmacy which received 
the prescription or has the same owner as the other 
pharmacy. 

(2) The prescription container: 

(A) is clearly labeled with all information required by 
Federal and State laws and regulations; and 

(B) clearly shows the name and address ot' the 
pharmacy refilling the prescription and/or the 
name and address of the pharmacy which 
receives the refilled prescription for dispensing to 
the patient. 

{?,) The patient is provided with written information, either 
on the prescription label or with the prescription 
container, written information that describes which 
pharmacy to contact rf the patient has any questions 
about the prescription or medication. 

(4) Both pharmacies maintain complete and accurate 
recc>rds of the prescription, including: 

(A) the name of the pharmacist who fill or refills the 
prescription; 

(B) the name of the pharmacy filling or refilling the 
prescription; and 

(C) the name of the pharmacy that received the fill or 
refill request. 

(5) The pharmacy that fills or refills the prescription and the 
pharmacy that receives the prescription for dispensing 
to the patient share a common electronic file. 

(6) The originating pharmacy is responsible for compliance 
with the requirements of Federal and State laws and 
regulations regarding recordkeeping and patient 
counseling. 

(b) Nothing in thjs Section shall be construed as barring a 
pharmacy from also filling new prescriptions presented by a 
patient or a patient'sagent or transmitted to it by a prescriber. 

Autlwritx G.S. 90-85.6; 90-85.32. 



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TITLE ISA - DEPARTMENT OF ENVIRONMENT 
AND NATURAL RESOURCES 

Rule-making Agency: Commission for Health Senices 

Rule Citation: I5.A NCAC I9A .0401 

Effective Date: Aui;ust 20. 1999 

Findings Reviewed and Approved by: Beecher R. Gray 

Authority for the rule-making: G.S. I.-IOA-I52 

Reason for Proposed Action: Hepatitis B vaccine land many 
other vaccines) currently contain thimerosal which is a 
preseirative that kills bacteria in vaccines. Thimerosal contains 
mercury. Due to the potential risk of a cumulative level ofnierciuy 
over the first si.x months of life, the US Public Health Senice and 
the American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP) jointly recommend that 
the first dose of hepatitis B be delayed until two to si.x months of 
life. Subsequently, the AAP has issued a statement recommending 
delay dose 1 until si.x months of age until licensure of a thimerosal 
free hepatitis B vaccine. The AAP's statement is in conflict with 
the current North Carolina Rule, which states that the first dose 
must be administer b\ three months. 

Comment Procedures: Copies of the proposed rules and 
information packages max be obtained by contacting the 
Immunization Branch at 919- 715-6764. Written comments may be 
submitted to Barbara Laynion. Immunization Branch. DPH. PO 
Box 29597. Raleigh. NC 27626. 

CHAPTER 19 - HEALTH: EPIDEMIOLOGY 

SUBCHAPTER 19A - COMMUNICABLE DISEASE 
CONTROL 

SECTION .0400 - IMMUNIZATION 

.0401 DOSAGE AND AGE REQUIREMENTS 
FOR IMMUNIZATION 

Every individual in North Carolina required lo be immunized 
pursuant to G.S. 1 ,^()A- 1 52 through 1 30A- 1 57 shall he immunized 
against the following diseases by receiving the specified minimum 
doses of vaceines by the specified ages: 

( 1 ) Diphtheria, tetanus, and whooping cough vaccine -- five 
doses: three doses by age seven months and two booster 
doses, one by age 1 9 months and the second on or after 
the fourth birthday and before enrolling in school (K-l ) 
for the first time. However: 
(a) An individual who has attained his or her seventh 



birthday without havmg been immunized against 
whooping cough shall not be requited to be 
immunized with a vaccine preparation containing 
whooping cough antigen; 

(b) Indi\ iduals who receive the first booster dose of 
diphtheria, tetanus, and whooping cough vaccine 
on or after the fourth birthday shall not he 
required to have a second booster dose; 

(c ) Individuals attending school, college or university 
or who began their tetanus/diphtheria toxoid 
series on or after the age of seven years shall be 
required to have three doses of tetanus/diphtheria 
toxoid of which one must have been within the 
last 10 years; 

(2) Poliomyelitis vaccine— four doses: two doses of trivalent 
type by age five months; a third dose trivalent type 
before age 19 months, and a booster dose of trivalent 
type on or after the fourth birthday and before enrolling 
in school (K-l ) for the first lime. However: 

(a) An individual attending school who has attained 
his or her 18lh birthday shall not be required to 
receive polio vaccine; 

(h) Individuals who receive the third dose of 
poliomyelitis vaccine on or after the fourth' 
birthday shall not he required to receive a fourth 
dose; 

(c) The requirements t\)r booster doses of 
poliomyelitis vaccine shall not apply to 
individuals who enrolled for the first time in the 
first grade before July 1 . 19X7. 

(3) Measles(rubeola)vaccine--t wo doses of live, attenuated 
vaccine administered at least 30 days apart: one dose on 
or after age 12 months and bcfoie age 16 months and a 
second dose before enrolling in school (K-l ) for the first 
time. However: 

(a) An individual who has been documented h> 
serological testing to have a protective antibody 
titer against measles shall not be required lo 
receive measles vaccine; 

(b) An individual who has been diagiiosetl [irior to 
January 1. 1994, b\' a physician licensed to 
practice medicine as having measles (rubeola) 
disease shall not be required to receive measles 
vaccine; 

(c) An individual born prior to 1957 shall iioi he 
required to receive measles v accine; 

(d) The requirement for a second dose ol nica-.les 
vaccine shall not apply to individuals who enroll 
in school (K-l ) or in college or universilv lor the 
first time before July 1 . 1994; 

(4) Rubella vaccine— one dose of live, alti.iiuaied vaccine on 
or after ase 12 months aiul hetoic aire 16 months. 



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Htn\e\er: 



(a) 



An individual who lias been documented by 

serologic testing to have a protective antibody 
I titer against rubella shall not be required to 

receive rubella vaccine; 
(h) An individual who has attained his or her liltieth 

birthday shall not be required to receive rubella 

vaccine; 
(c) An individual who entered a college or university 

after his or her thirtieth birthday and before 

February 1. 1989 shall not required to meet the 

requirement for rubella vaccine; 

(5) Mumps vaccine--one dose of live, attenuated vaccine 
administered on or after age 12 months and belore age 
1 6 months. However; 

(a) An individual born prior to 1957 shall not be 
required to receive mumps vaccine; 

(b) The requirements for mumps vaccine shall not 
apply to individuals who enrolled for the first 
time in the first grade before July 1. 1987 or in 
college or university before July 1. 1994. An 
individual who has been documented by 
serological testing to have a protective antibody 
titer against mumps shall not be required to 
receive mumps vaccine. 

(6) Haemophilus inflneiizne. b. conjugate vaccine— three 
doses of HbOC or two doses of PRP-OMP before age 
seven months and a booster dose of any type on or after 

>age 12 months and by age 16 months. Individuals born 
before October 1. 1988 shall not be required to be 
vaccinated against Haemophilus infhienzae. b. 
Individuals who receive the first dose oi Haemophihis 
influenzae, h. vaccine on or after 12 months of age and 
before 15 months of age shall be required to have only 
two doses of HbOC or PRP-OMP. Individuals who 
receive the first dose of Haemophilus influenzae, b. 
vaccine on or after 1 5 months of age shall be required to 
have only one dose of any of the Haemophilus 
influenzae conjugate vaccines, including PRP-D. 
However, no individual who has passed their fifth 
birthday shall be required to be vaccinated against 
Haemophilus influenzae, h. 

(7) Hepatitis B vaccine-three doses: one dose by age three 
months, a second dose before age five months and a 
thi r d dose by age 19 months. Individuals horn before 
July 1, 1994 shall not be required to be vaccinated 
against hepatitis B. 

tb) No t withstanding the re qu i r e me n ts of Paragraph (a) of this 
Kuie: 

Hi An indiv i dual wIk i has attai n ed his or her seventh 

birthday — w i thout — havi n g — been — immunized — against 

whooping cough s h all not b e l equ i red to be immuni? rd 

w i th a vaccine preparation contain i ng whooping cough 

a nt igen. 

^ (^ An i n dividual who has been documented h y serologic 

" testing to have a p r otective antibody tite r against rub e lla 

shall not be required to receive rubella vaccin e . 

t3i An ind i vidual who h as been documented by se r olog i cal 



testing to have a p r otec t ive anti b ody t i ter aga i ns t 
measles sha l l not b e required to rece i v e measles vacc i nc . 
An individual who has been diag n osed p r ior to Januaiy 
1. 1994. by a p hys i c i an lice n sed to p i vict i ce m e di ci n e as 
h av i ng measles (rubeola) disease shall not b e r equi r ed to 
r eceive measles vaccine. 

t4) An i n dividual atte n d in g sc h ool who l ias attained h is or 
h e r 18th bi r thday s h a l l not b e r equ i red to recei v e o r al 
polio vaccine. 

t5l An individual bor n p ri o r to 1 957 shal l not be required to 
receive measles o r m u mp s vacc i ne. An ind i vidua l who 
has attained h i s c i r he r fift i et h b i r thday shal l not b e 
r eq u i r ed to r ece i ve r ubel l a vaccine. An ind i vidual who 
ente re d a college or u ni ve r s i ty afte r h is o r her thirtieth 
b i rthday a n d befo r e February 1. 1989 shall not be 



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r equ ir ed to m eet t h e r equi r e m ent l o r r u b e l la vaccme. 
T h e r equ i re m e n ts t o r m umps vacc in e shall not ap p ly to 
in d ivi dua l s who e nr ol l ed fo r the f ir st t i m e in the fi rst 
g r ade befo r e July 1. 1987 o r in col l ege o r un i ve r s ity 
before Ju l y I. 1994. — A n in d i v i dual who h as been 
d oc um e n ted by se r ologica l t e st in g to have a p r otect i ve 
ant i body tile r agai n st mumps sha l l n ot be required t o 
receive mu mp s vaccine. 
fTi Indiv i duals who r ece i ve t he fi r st booster dose of 
dip h theria, teta n us, a n d whoop i ng cough vaccine on or 
after the fou r th bir thday shall n ot be required to have a 
second booste r dos e . Individua l s who receive the third 



dose ol o r al poliomyelitis vaccine on or alter the lourth 
b i rthday shall not be required to receive a fourth dose. 

t*) The r equ i rements for booster doses of di p hthe r ia. 
t etanus. — and — whoop i ng — cough — vaccine — and — oral 
poliomyelitis vaccine shall not apply to individuals who 
enr o l led fo r th e f ir st time in the first grade before July 1 . 
1 9 87. — Howeve r , individua l s attend i ng a college or 
university or who began their t etanus/diphtheria toxo i d 
series on or a f te r th e age of seve n years s h all he requ ir ed 
t o have three dos e s of teta n us/dip h the ri a to.xoid of which 
one must have b een within the las t 10 years. 

f^ Individuals born befo r e Octobe r I. 1988 shall n ot be 
lequ i red — to — be — vaccinated — against — Haemophilus 
influenzae, h. Individuals who receive the first dose of 
Hae m o p hilus i n l luenzae, b, vacc i ne on or after 12 
mo n t h s of age and before 15 months of age shall be 
r equ ir ed to have o n ly two doses of HbOC or PRP-OMP. 
I n d i viduals who rece i ve the f i rst dose of Haemophilus 



shall 



in lluenzae. n. vaccine on or alter I ! < montns ot age sf 
b e requ ir ed to have o n ly one dose of any of the 
Haemophilus i n fluenzae con j ugate vaccines, i ncluding 
PRP-D. How e ve r , n o i nd i vidual who has passed their 



fifth bi r thday shal l be requ i 
Haemophilus i n lluenzae. b 



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e requ i rement for a second dose of measles vacc i 
shall not apply to individuals w h o e nr o l l in schoo l (K-1 ) 
or i n college or university for the f i rst time before July 
1, 1994. 



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History Note: Autlwnn G.S. I3(IA-I52(c): IJKIA- 155.1: 

Ejf. February I. 1976: 

AmendedEff.Jiih I. 1977: 

Readopted Eff. December 5. 1977: 

Filed as a Teiiiporaiy Amendment Eff. February 1 , 1988, for a 

period of 180 days to expire on July 29. 1988: 

Amended Eff. October I. 1995: October 1 . 1994: January I. 1994: 

January 4. 199.^: 

Filed as a Temporary Amendment Eff. May 21. 1999: 

Temporary Amendment Eff. Auaust 20, 1999. 



Rule-making Agency: Conuuission for Health Services 

Rule Citation: I5A NCAC 21 F .1201- .1204: 15A NCAC 21 H 
.0314 

Effective Date: October 1. 1999 

Findings Reviewed by Beecher R. Gray: Approved 

Authority for the rule-making: G.S. 130-125 

Reason for Proposed Action: Approximately 809c of this State 's 
birthing hospitals now have erne of three types of equipment for 
peiforming lU'whimi physiologic hearing screenings. Varied 
testing protocols are being empkiyed across this State which result 
in varied outcomes regarding pass/fail interpretations. The North 
Carolina General Assembly iS.L. 1998, c. 131, s. 1 3) directed the 
Commission for Health Services to adopt temporaiy and 
permanent rules to include newborn hearing screening in the 
Newborn Screening Program established under G.S. 130A-125. 
This agency has oversight responsibility for the screening of 
newborns and has been placing hearing screening devices in 
birthing hospitals, as part of a pilot project. In order to allow 
adequate rime for the remaining hospitals to obtain equipment and 
training, the effective of these rules is 10/01/99. 

Comment Procedures: Written comments may be submitted to 
Mary Ann Stone, Children 's Special Health Seirices, PO Bo.\ 
29597, Raleigh, NC 27626-0957. Copies of the proposed rules 
max be obtained by contacting Mary Ann Stone at (9 19} 715-3904. 

CHAPTER 21 HEALTH: PERSONAL HEALTH 

SUBCHAPTER 21F - CHILDREN'S SPECIAL HEALTH 
SERVICES: CHILDREN ANDYOUTH SECTION 

SECTION .1200 - NEW BORN SCREENING PROGRAM 

.1201 GENERAL 

The heaririii screening component oT the Deparlmenl of Health 
and Human Services'Newborn Screening Program is administered 
bv ihe central nl'fice staff for Children's Special Health Services. 
The genetic screening component of the Department's Newborn 
Screening Program is found in 1 5 A NCAC 2 1 H .03 1 4. 



History Note: Authority G.S. 130A-125: 
Temporai-y Adoinion Eff. October 1_^ 1999. 



.1202 DEFINITIONS 

As used in this Section: 

( 1 ) "CSHS" means the Children's Special Health Sersices 
Program central office staff. 

(2) "Neonate" means an\ term infant less than one month of 
age or any preterm infan t less than one nKMith corrected 
age. 

(3J "Person" means any natural person, partnership, 
corporation, unit of government of this State, and any 
unincorporated organizations. 

Histoiy Note: Authority G.S. 130A-125: 
Temporary' Adoption Eff. October l_^ 1999. 



.1203 SCREENING REQUIREMENTS 

(a) The attending physician shall order and medical facilities. 



that provide birthing or inpatient neonatal ser\ices. shall make 
reasonable efforts to cause each neonate, born in North Carolina. 



to be physiologically screened in each ear for the presence of 
permanent hearing loss. 

(b) Parents or guardians may object to the hearing screening in 



accordance with G.S. 130A- 125(b). 

HistonNote: Authority G.S. I30A-125: S.L. 1998, c. 131, s. 
TemiJorary Adoinion Eff. October l_^ 1999. 



.1204 REPORTING REQUIREMENTS 

(a) The attending physician shall order and medical facilities. 



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that pr(^vide birthing or inpatient neonatal services, shall make 



reasonable efforts to identify and report to the local health 



department of residence all neonates who, prior to discharge home. 



were not successfully screened or who failed to jxiss the 
physiologic hearing screening. These reports shall he sub mitted 
within 30 days after discharge. 

(b) All persons performing neonatal physiologic hearing 



screenings shall report quarterly to CSHS. within 30 days after the 



■nd ol each quarter in the calendar year, the following 

( I ) Total number of neonates who were screened by each 



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tester and the number who I^assed that screening, with 
the results of multiple screenings for die same neonate 
being clarified. 
Total number of neonates v\ hose parents or guardian 



objected to Ifie hearing screening. 

(c) All persons performing physiologic heaiing screen i ngs for 

infants less than six months ot' age shall adopt testing and 

monitoring procedures and follow-up pr otocols to .-issure re ferral 



for diagnosis and treatment, m accordance with a statewide plan 
developed by CSHS in consultation v\itli Lhe Eaiiy, Dia gnosis and 
Intervention Section in the Division of FducatiiMi Services in the 
Department. 

History Note: Authority G.S. 130A-125: 
Temporarx Adoption Eff. October f^ 1 99 9. 



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SUBCHAPTER 21H - SICKLE CELL SYNDROME: 

GENETIC COUNSELING: CHILDREN AND 

YOUTH SECTION 

SECTION .0300 - GENETIC HEALTH CARE 



.0314 SUBMISSION OF BLOOD SPECIMENS 
FOR SCREENING OF NEWBORNS 

(a) The attending physician shall draw a blood specimen for 
each infant horn in North Carolina and shall submit such 
specimens to the North Carolina Stale Laboratory for Public 
Health for testing for the folUns ing metabolic and other hereditary 
and coniienilal disorders: 



(1) 
(2) 
(3) 
(4) 



(2 1 -hydroxylase 



phenylketonuria (PKU). 
galactosemia. 

congenital primary hypothyroidism, 
congenital adrenal hyperplasia 
deficiency), 
(5) sickle cell disease. 

(b) Notwithstanding Paragraph (a) of this Rule, parents or 
guardians may object to screening in accordance v\ith G.S. 
1.30A-I25(b). 

(c) The hearing screening component of the Department's 
Newborn Screeninn Program is found in 15A NCAC 2IF . 1 200. 






Historx Note: AuthormG.S. IM)A-125: 

Eff. April I, 1992: 

' ecodified from ISA NCAC 2IE.U50J Efr Febnuux lU. 1993: 

'Amended Eff. April I. 1994: 

Temporurx AmeudineiU Eft'. October [^ 1999. 



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Rule-making Agency: Commission for Health Services 

Rule Citation: 15A NCAC 24A .0402-.0403 

Effective Date: Augu.st23. 1999 

Findings Reviewed and Approved by: Beecher R. Gray 

Authority for the rule-making: G.S. 130A 

Reason for Proposed Action: This proposed action is being 
initiated by agency staff' in response to: (Da recent budget 
shortfall: (2> increasing demand for high-cost services, and (3) 
discussions within an Appropriations Sub-committee, which 
recently approved the tran.sfer of funds into the program to keep 
it open. 

Comment Procedures: Comments max be submitted in writing 
to Richard F. Moore. DHHS Controller's Office. Purchase of 

jMedical Care Services Unit. PO Bo.x 29602. Raleigh. NC 29626- 

W602. 

CHAPTER 24 - GENERAL PROCEDURES FOR PUBLIC 



HEALTH PROGRAMS 

SUBCHAPTER 24A - PAYMENT PROGRAMS 

SECTION .0400 - REIMBURSEMENT 

.0402 REIMBURSEMENT FOR INPATIENT 
HOSPITALIZATION 

(a) The Deparlnieni shall reimburse providers of authorized 
inpatient hospitalization services at 80 percent of the hospital's 
inpatient cost rate, which is then applied to the amount billed for 
authorized ser\ ices. The inpatient cost rate is a ratio of cost to 
charges that is derived from audited cost reports and is obtained 
from the Division of Medical Assistance. The Department shall 
use the cost rate in effect on the date a claim is received, and 
retroactive adjustments to claims paid shall not be made. If a cost 
rate cannot be obtained for an out-of-state hospital, the Department 
shall reimburse the hospital at 75 percent of the billed amount for 
authorized services. The cost rates and any subsequent 
amendments and editions are incorporated herein by reference in 
accordance with G.S. 150B-2I.6. The cost rates can be obtained 
from the Office of the Controller. Purchase of Medical Care 
Services, P.O. Box 29602. Raleigh. NC. 27626-0602. 

(b) In addition to the requirements of Paragraph (a) ol this Rule. 
in the Cancer Program there shall be a limit on the payment lor an 
inpatient admission of HA. til 1!k program's current annual budget. 

History Note: Filed as a Temporary Ameiuhnein Eff. July 6. 

1992 for a Period of 180 Da\s or Until the Pcrnuinent Rule is 

Effective, Whichever is Sooner: 

Filed as a Temporary Amendment Eff. August 31. 1983, for a 

Period of 120 Days to E.xpire on December 29, 1983: 

Authority G.S. 130A-5(3>: 130A-124: 130A-127: 130A-I29: 

130A-205: 130A-223: 

Eff. October 1. 1982: 

Amended Eff. Max /, 1987: July 1. 1986: January I, 1985: 

Transferred and Recodified from 10 NCAC 4C .0402 Eff. April 4. 

1990: 

Amended Eff. April 1, 1999: July I, 1995: October 1, 1992: 

February 1, 1992: December I, 1990: 

Temporary Amendmein Eft. Auaust 23. 1999. 

.0403 REIMBURSEMENT FOR PROFESSIONAL, 
OUTPATIENT. OTHER SERVICES 

(a) The Department shall reimburse providers of authorized 
outpatient services, professional services, and all other services not 
otherwise covered in the rules of this Section at the Medicaid rate 
in effect at the time the claim is received by the Department, except 
in the Migrant Health Program. 

(b) The Migrant Health Program shall reimburse providers of 
program covered outpatient, professional, and other services at the 
Medicaid rate in effect at the time the claim is received minus the 
allowable patient copayment to a maximum program payment of 
one hundred fifty dollars ($150.00) per claim, per date of service. 
The allowable patient copayment is three dollars ($.3.00) for each 
prescribed drug and five dollars ($5.00) per claim, per date of 
service for all other services. The one hundred fifty dollar 
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durable medical equipment. 

(c) In addition to the requirements oi Paragraph (a) of this Rule. 
lor protessional and outpatient ser\ ices uiider the Cancer Program, 
there shall be a jtct claim payment limit of j_2L of the program's 
current annual budget. 

Hisroiy Note: Filed as a Temporary Amendment Eff. July 6. 

1992 for a Period of 180 Days or Until the Permanent Rule is 

Effective, Whichever is Sooner: 

Authority G.S. 13()A-5(3): IMIA-124: I30A-J27: I30A-I29: 

LWA-2U5: IJ()A-223: 

Eff. October f I9S2: 

Amended Eff. Juh I. I9S3: 

Transferred and Recodified from 10 NCAC 4C.04(I3 Eff. April 4. 

1990: 

Amended Eff. April I. 1999: April I. 1995: October I. 1992: 

December 1.1990: 

Temporary Amendment Eff'. Auijust 23, 1999. 



TITLE 21 - OCCUPATIONAL LICENSING BOARDS 

CHAPTER 16 - BOARD OF DENTAL EXAMINERS 

Rule-making Agency: North Carolina State Board of Dental 
Examiners 

Rule Citation: 21 NCAC I6M .0102: I6S .0101-0102. .0201. 
.0203, .0205 

Effective Date: Augu.'^t 20. 1999 

Findings Reviewed and Approved by: Beecher R. Gray 

Authority for the rule-making: G.S. 90-48: 90-48.2: 90-48.3: 
90-232 

Reason for Proposed Action: ( / ) The amendment of 21 NCAC 
I6M .0101 is necessary because without an increase in funds, the 
Caring Dentist Program cannot accept new participants: and (2) 
The amendments of 21 NCAC I6S .OI01-.0102. .0201. .0203. 
.0205 are necessary to integrate dental hygienists into the Caring 
Dentist Program 

Comment Procedures: Written comments may be submitted on 
the subject matter of the proposed rule-making to Christine H. 
Lockwood. E.xecutive Director of the Board at the Board's office. 
The Board's address is PO Bo.x 32270. Raleigh. NC 27622-2270. 

SUBCHAPTER 16M - FEES PAYABLE 

SECTION .0100 - FEES PAYABLE 

.0102 DENTAL HYGIENISTS 

(a) The following fees shall be payable to the Board: 

(1) Application for examination $125.00 

(2) Reinstatement of license after retirement from practice 



in this State S60.00 

(3) Application for provisionallicensure $60.00 

(4) Certificate to a resident dental hygienist desiring to 
change to another state or territory $25.00 

t+r) The fee payable to the Board fo r each dental hygienist 
renewal ce i tificale sha l l he an nual ly f i xed by the Board. Each year 






the Board sha l l gi\ T" w ri tte n n oli 



rwai 



TC uoara sna i i gi\ x- w n tte n n otice oi the amount ot saiu renc 
lee to each de n tal hygie n ist lice n sed to practice in this state by 
ma i l in g such n o t ic e n o l ate r than November 30 to the last add r ess 
o f reco r d fo r e a ch suc h denta l hyg i e n ist. T h is re n ewal fee shall not 
exceed six t y dollars ($ ( i().00 ): 

(b) Each dental hygienist renewing his or her license to practice 
dental hygiene [n North Carolina shall be assessed a fee of fifteen 
dollars ($15.00). [n addition to the annual renewal fee, to be 
contributed to the t)peration of the Caring Dentist Program. 

History Note: Authority G.S. 90-232; 

Eff. September 3. 1976: 

Readopted Eff. September 26. 1977: 

.Amended Eff. Max I. 1989: March I. 1988: May 1, 1987: 

Temporarx Amendment Eff. August 20. 1999. 

SUBCHAPTER 16S - IMPAIRED DENTIST PROGRAM 

SECTION .0100 - GENERAL 

.0101 DEFINITIONS 

The following definitions are applicable to impaired dentist 
programs established in accordance with G.S. 90-4S.2: 

(1) "Board" means the North Carolina State Board of 
Dental Examiners; 

(2) "Impairment" means chemical dependency or mental 
illness; 

(.^) "Board of Directors" means individuals comprising the 
oversight panel consisting of representatives from the 
North Carolina Dental Society, the Board, licensed 
dental hygienists. and the UNC School of Dentistry 
established to function as a supervisory body to the 
Caring Dentist Program; 

(4) "Director" means the person designated by the Board of 
Directors to organize and coordinate the activities of the 
Caring Dentist Program; 

(5) "Caring Dentist Program" means the prtjgram 
established through agreements between the Board and 
special impaired dentist peer review oigani/ations 
formed by the North Carolina Dental Society made up of 
Dental Society members designated by the Society, the 
Board, a licensed dental hygienist ujwn recommenda tioi; 
of the dental hygienist member o_f the B oard, .and the 
UNC School of Dentistry to conduct peer review 
activities as provided in G.S. 90-48. 2(a). 

(6j "Caring Dentist Program members" means volunteer 
Dental Society members selected b\ the Board nT 
Directors from peer review organi/alions to serve as 
parties to interventions, to direct impaiied denlisis inloi 
treatment, and as monitors of those individuals receiving' 
treatment. Peer liaisons and yojumeers part ici pating in 



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pn'iiiams for impaired dental hviiienists shall be dental 
h\i;ienists. 



i.storx Note: Aurliorin G.S. 90-48: 90-48.2: 90-48.3: 
'Eff. April 1. 1994: 
Tt'iiincrary Aiueudmeiit Eff. Ausust 20. 1999. 



.0102 BOARD AGREEMENTS WITH 

PEER REVIEW ORGANIZATIONS 

The Board shall enter into agreements with special impaired 
dentist peer review organizations, pursuant to G.S. 90-48.2. to 
establish the Caring Dentist Program to be superv ised bs the Board 
of Directors. Such agreements shall provide for: 

( 1 ) investigation, rev ievv and evaluation of records, reports. 
complaints, litigation, and other information about the 
practice and practice patterns of licensed dentists and 
dental hviiienists as may relate to impaired dentists: 
dentists and dental hysiienists; 

(2) identification, intervention, treatment, referral, and 
follow up care of impaired d ent i sts: dentists and dental 
hvijienists: and due process rights for any subject 
dent i st, dentist or dental hygienist. 

Histoiy Now: Authority G.S. 90-48: 90-48.2: 90-48.3: 

Eff. April 1. 1994: 

Temporary Anieiidnieiit Eff. August 20. 1999. 



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SECTION .0200 - GUIDELINES FOR PROGRAM 
ELEMENTS 



.02(»1 RECEIPT AND USE OF INFORMATION 
OF SUSPECTED IMPAIRMENT 

(a) Information concerning suspected impairment may be 
received by the Caring Dentist Program through any of the 
following sources: 

( 1 ) reports of physicians, psychologists or counselors; 

( 2 ) reports from family members, staff or other individuals; 
(.^) self-referral; or 

(4) referral by the Board. 

(b) When information of suspected impaimient is received, the 
Program shall conduct an investigation and routine inquiries to 
determine the validity of the report. 

(c) Dentists and dental hyaienists suspected of impairment may 
be required to submit to personal interviews if the investigation 
and inquiries indicate the report of impairment may be valid. 

Hi.'itoiy Note: Authority G.S. 90-48: 90-48.2: 90-48.3: 

Eff. April I. 1994: 

Teinporarx Aineudment Eff. August 20. 1999. 

.0203 INTERVENTION AND REFERRAL 

(a) Following an investigation, if an impairment is determined to 
exist and confirmed, an intervention shall be conducted using 
specialized techniques designed to assist the dentist or dental 

♦ viiienist in acknowledging responsibility for dealing with the 
npairment. The dentist or dental hviiienist shall be referred lo an 
appropriate treatment source. 

(b) Following an investigation, intervention, treatment, or upon 



receipt of a complaint or other information, a peer review 
organization participating in the Caring Dentist Program shall 
report to the Board detailed information about any dentist or dental 
hygienist licensed bv the Board, if it is determined that: 



(1) 



(2) 



the dentist or dental hygienist constitutes an imminent 
danger to the pu b li c-nr himself , public or himself or 
herself: 



the dentist or denial hygienist refuses to cooperate with 
the program, refuses to submit to treatment, or is still 
impaired after treatment and exhibits professional 
incompetence; or 
^^) it reasonably appears that there are other grounds for 
disciplinary action. 

(c) Program members may consult with medical professionals 
and treatment sources as necessary in carrying out the Program's 
directives. 

(d) Interventions shall be arranged and conducted as 
expeditiously as possible. When interventions are conducted as a 
direct result of a Board-initiated referral, a Board representative 
mav be present. 

(e) Treatment sources shall be evaluated and determined 
applicable before an individual is referred for treatment, and any 
treatment contracts or aftercare agreements shall be documented 
and recorded by the Program. 

Hi.storx Note: Authority G.S. 90-48: 90-48.2: 90-48.3: 

Eff: April I. 1994: 

Temporary Amenduwnt Eft. August 20. 1999. 

.0205 MONITORING REHABILITATION AND 
PERFORMANCE AFTER TREATMENT 

(a) Program members shall monitor dentists and dental 
hygienists following treatment. Testing for impairment shall be 
conducted until rehabilitation has been accomplished. 

(b) Treatment sources shall submit reports to the Director 
concerning a dentist's or dental hvgicnist's rehabilitation and 
performance. 

(c) Impaired dentists and dental hygienists shall submit to 
periodic personal interviews before the Director or Program 
members designated by the Director; or. for those referred to the 
Program by the Board, before the Board's agents. The frequency of 
personal interviews shall be determined by the dentist's or dental 
hygienist's ability to accomplish rehabilitation and adequately 
perform after treatment. 

(d) Complete records shall be maintained by the Program on all 
dentists and dental hygienists reporting for assistance, treatment, 
or monitoring and such records shall remain confidential in 
accordance with G.S. 90-48. 2(e). 

(e) The Program shall maintain statistical information regarding 
impairment, to be reported to the Board periodically, but no less 
than once a year. 

(f) The Program shall compile and report information 
periodically to the Board regarding investigations, reports, 
complaints, intervention, treatment, referral, rehabilitation and 
follow up care of impaired dent i sts, dentists and dental hvgienists. 
Such reports shall not identity the subject dentist or dental 
hygienist unless the dentist or dental hygienist was referred by the 
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been made. 

tj^ A n audit of the Car i ng De n tist Program l u n ds shall be 
conducted in eon i unetion with the Board's an n ual audit. 

Hisicry Note: Aiithontx G.S. 9U-4ti: 90-48.2: 

Eff. April I. IW4: 

Teiiiponirr Aineiidniein Eff. Aiisnst 20. 1999. 

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CHAPTER 48 - BOARD OF PHYSICAL THERAPY 
EXAMINERS 

Rule-making Agency: NC Bounl of Physical Therapy E.xaminers 

Rule Citation: 21 NCAC4SF .0102 

Effective Date: October I. 1999 

Findings Reviewed and Approved by: Jul inn Mann. Ill 

Authority for the rule-making: G.S. 25-3-512: 90-270.33: S.L 
1999-345 

Reason for Proposed Action: //; ilte 1999 Session of the North 
Carolina General Assembly, the Legislature granted the Board 
statutorx inithority to increase the fees, effective inunediateh: The 
majority of fees that will be collected in 1999-2000 will he 
collected in November 1999, December 1999. and January. 2000. 
The Board had a deficit of $54,000 in 1998-1999 fiscal year and 
without the fee increase, the Board will e.xperience a larger deficit 
in 1 999-2000. Therefore, it is imperative that the Temporary Rule 
become effective before November. 1999 to avoid a deficit in the 
current fiscal rear 

Comment Procedures: Comments may be submitted to Mr. Ben 
Massey. Jr.. PT. Executive Director. NC Board of Physical 
Therapy Examiners. 18 West Colony Place, Suite 120. Durham. 
NC 27705. (919)490-6393. 

SUBCHAPTER 48F - CERTIFICATES: FEES: 
INVESTIGATIONS: RECORD OF LICENSEES 

SECTION .0100 - CERTIFICATES: FEES: 
INVESTIGATIONS: RECORD OF LICENSEES 

.0102 FEES 

(a) The t'ollowing fees are charged by the Board: 
(1) application for physical therapist licensure: 

(A) by endorsement or examination taken in another 



(B) 



state, one hu n dred dolla r s ( $ I OO.OO): one hundred 

twenty dollars ($120. 00); 

hy examination, one hu n d r ed dollars ($100.00) 



one hundred twenty dollars ( S I 20.00) plus cost of i 
examination; 

(2) application for physical therapist assistant licensure: 

(A) by endorsement or examination taken in another 
state, on e h undred dolla r s($l(JO.OO ); one hundred 
twenty dollars ($120.00); 

(B) by examination, one hundred dollars ($100.00) 
one hundred twenty d(^llars ($ 1 20.00) plus cost of 
examination; 

(3) renewal for all persons, fo r ty dolla r s ($40.00); sixty 
dollars ($60.00); 

(4) penally for late renewal, twenty dollars ($20.00) plus 
renewal fee; 

(5) reyival of license lapsed less than five years, twe n ty-f i ve 
dol l a r s ($25.00) thirty dollars ($30.00) plus renewal tee; 

(6) transfer of licensure infonnation fee, including either the 
examination scores or licensure verification or both, 
fifteen dolla r s ($15.00): twenty-five dollars ($25.()()); 

(7) retake examination, thi r ty dollars ($30.00) fifty dollars 
($50.00) plus actual cost of examination; 

(8) certificate replacement or duplicate, fr fteen dollars 
tS+5:eei: twenty dollars ($20.00); 

(9) directory of licensees, f ive do ll a r s ($5.00); ten dollars 
($10.00); 

(10) compute r p rin t-out or labels of any p ci r tion of l i st of 
phys i cal t h e r a pi sts, licensee list or labels or any portion 
there-of for physical therapists, sixty dollars ($60.00); 

(11) computer prin t-out o r labels of a n y p o r t i o n of list o f 
physical t h erap i st assistants, licensee list or labels or any 
portion there-of for physical therapist assistants, sixty 
dollars ($60.00); 

( 12) processing fee for returned checks, maximum allowed 
by law. 

(b) The application fee is not refundable. The Board shall 
consider written requests for a refund of other lees based on 
personal or economic hardship. 

(c) A certified check, money order or cash is required for 
payment of application fees listed in Parts (a)( 1 )(A). (8), (C), (D), 
and(2)(A). (B), (C). and (D) of this Rule. 

History Note: Authority G.S. 25-3-512: 90-270.33: 

Eff. Februan- I. 1976: 

Readopted Eff. September 30. 1977: 

Amended Eff. AugiLst I. 1998: October I. 1995: October I. 1994: 

November 1, 1991: August I. 1991: 

Temporary Amendment Eff. October [^ I '^>'^'»'. 



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This Secticu includes the Rc^^ister Notice citation to Rules appioved by the Rules Review Conu}iission (RRC) at its nweting of Jul\ 
15. I9yy pursuant to G.S. 1 50B-2 1 .I7(aH I i and reported to the Joint Lei;islative Administrative Procedure Oversifiht Committee 
pursuant to G.S. 150B-2I.16. The full te.xt of rules are published below when the rules have been approved by RRC in a form 
different from that originally noticed in the Register or when no notice was required to be published in the Register. The rules 
published in full te.xt are identified b\ an '''' in the listing of approved rules. Statutorx Reference: G.S. 150B-2I . 17. 

These rules unless otherwise noted, will become effective on tlw .Ust legislative day of the 2(100 Session oftlie General Assembly or 
a later date if specified by tlie agency unless a bill is introduced before the 3Jst legislative day that specifically disapproves the rule. 
If a bill to disapprove a rule is not ratified, the rule will become effective either on the da\ the bill receives an unfavorable final action 
or the day the General Assembly adjtntrns. Statutmv reference: G.S. 1 50B-2 1 ..\ 



APPROVED RULE CITATION 



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NCAC 


09K 


.0214* 


T 


NCAC 


54 


.0101-.01()2 


2 


NCAC 


54 


.0104* 


10 


NCAC 


OIB 


.0418-.0420 


10 


NCAC 


29C 


.0103 


13A 


NCAC 


03P 


.0101-.0102 


15A 


NCAC 


07H 


.2 101 -.2 102 


16 


NCAC 


06B 


.0108 


16 


NCAC 


06D 


.0103* 


16 


NCAC 


06D 


.0210* 


16 


NCAC 


06D 


.0301 -.0303 


16 


NCAC 


06D 


.0305* 


16 


NCAC 


06E 


.0301 


16 


NCAC 


06G 


.0202 


16 


NCAC 


06G 


.0308-.0309 


16 


NCAC 


06G 


.03 1 1 * 


19A 


NCAC 


031 


.0207 


19A 


NCAC 


031 


.0301 -.0,302 


19A 


NCAC 


031 


.0401 


19A 


NCAC 


031 


.0501 


19A 


NCAC 


031 


.0601 


19A 


NCAC 


031 


.0701 


21 


NCAC 


14H 


.0112* 


21 


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.0118 


21 


NCAC 


16M 


.0101* 


21 


NCAC 


18B 


.0208* 



REGISTER CITATION TO THE 
NOTICE OF TEXT 

13:20 NCR 1717 

13:20 NCR 1719 

13:20 NCR 1719 

13:22 NCR 1823 

13:19 NCR 1611 

not required. G.S. 1508-21. 4. 150B-: 

13: 13 NCR 1045 

1504 

1504 

1504 

1504 

1 504 



13:18 NCR 

13: 1 8 NCR 

13:18 NCR 

13:18 NCR 

13: 18 NCR 

13:18 NCR 1504 

13:18 NCR 1504 

13:18 NCR 1504 

13:18 NCR 1504 

13:22 NCR 1812 

13:22 NCR 1812 

13:22 NCR 1812 

13:22 NCR 1812 

13:22 NCR 1812 

13:22 NCR 1812 

13:21 NCR 1794 

13:21 NCR 1794 

13: 15 NCR 1221 

not required. G.S. 150B-21.4. 150B-2! .5(aK5) 



TITLE 2 - DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE 

CHAPTER 9 - FOOD AND DRUG PROTECTION 
DIVISION 

SUBCHAPTER 9K - SAMPLING AND TESTING OF 
MILK AND CREAM: FROZEN DESSERTS 

SECTION .0200 - FROZEN DESSERTS 

Al214 STANDARDS OF IDENTITY FOR FROZEN 
YOGURT 

Frozen yogurt is the food whieh is prepared by freezing while 
stirring, a pasteurized mix consisting of the ingredients provided 



for in ice cream and which may contain other ingredients permitted 
under the Federal Food. Drug, and Cosmetic Act (21 USC 321 et 
seq.). All dairy ingredients are cultured after pasteurization by one 
or more strains of Lactobacillus bulgaricus and Streptococcus 
thermophilus. provided, however, fruits, nuts, or other llavoring 
materials may be added before or after the mix is pasteurized or 
cultured. Frozen yogurt, exclusive of any flavoring, contains not 
less than 3.25 percent milk fat. not less than 8.25 percent milk 
solids not fat, except that when bulky characterizing ingredients are 
used the percentage of milk fat is not less than 2.5 percent. The 
finished frozen yogurt shall weigh not less than five pounds per 
gallon. The titratable acidity of frozen yogurt is not less than 0.5 
percent, calculated as lactic acid, except if the frozen yogurt 
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characteristic acidity is developed by the bacterial activity and no 
heat or bacteriostatic treatment, other than refrigeration, which may 
result in destruction or partial destruction of the organisms, shall 
be applied to the product after culluring. The product, when in 
package form, shall be labeled according to applicable Sections of 
2 NCAC 9B .0()16(fK2) (21 CFR Part 101 ). 

History Note: Authority G.S. I()6-I2.S: 106-253: 106-267: 
Ejf. December 1 . 1985: 
AinendedEff.Jidx I 2000. 

CHAPTER 54 - GRANT PROGRAMS 

SECTION .(ll(»(t - WASTE MANAGEMENT EQUIPMENT 
GRANTS FOR DAIRIES 

.0104 USE OF GRANTS 

Grants shall not be used to purchase equipment in connection 
with the Agricultural Cost-Share Program administered by the Soil 
and Water Conservation Commission pursuant to G.S. 14.V2I5.74, 
or in connection with any other go\ernment program. 

History Note: Authority S.L 1998-212. s. 1.15: 
Temporary Adoption Eff. Deceniher 15. 1998: 
Eff. July 1. 2000. 



TITLE 10 - DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH AND 
AND HUMAN SERVICES 

CHAPTER 1 - DEPARTMENTAL RULES 

SUBCHAPTER IB - PROCEDURE 

SECTION .0400 - AUDITING PROCEDURES 

.0418 SINGLE AUDITS OF LOCAL GOVERNMENTS 
AND PUBLIC AUTHORITIES 

(a) Independent auditors retained to conduct single audits for 
local governments or public authorities may be notified by the 
Department of Health and Human Services (hereinafter "the 
Department") or the Local Government Commission of problem 
areas that the audit shall address. 

(b) The Local Government Commission shall review single 
audits for compliance with 0MB Circular A- 1 .^.^ and accept those 
single audits for the State that have been determined to comply 
with Federal and State requirements. Whenever a single audit is 
performed on a local government or public authority that received 
funds from the Department during the fiscal year audited, the Local 
Government Commission shall provide the Department with a copy 
of the audit report(s). 

(c) Followingreceipt of the audit report by the Controller of the 
Department, relevant portions of the report shall be sent to the 
Controller's Office employee who is assigned division 
responsibility for coordination of a departmental position on the 
corrective actions planned or taken. 

(d) The Department or any affected division of the Department 



may request any additional information deemed necessary for 
clarification of an audit finding, recommendation, questioned cost 
or the corrective action plan. The local government or public 
authority shall provide the information to the requesting official 
within .^0 days after the receipt of the request. If additional 
information or clarification from the independent auditor is 
requested, the local government or public authority shall direct its 
auditor to provide the information requested to the requesting 
official within the .^0 day response time. 

(e) If the Department has reason to believe that due professional 
care was not used in conducting a single audit or if a local 
government or public authority or their independent auditor is 
unwilling or unable to provide clarification or additional 
information requested by an official of the Department, a written 
request for review of the auditor's work papers may be filed with 
the Office of the State Auditor by the Controller. The Controller 
shall make or arrange for any review of the auditor's work papers 
deemed necessary for timely resolution of single audit findings, 
recommendations, or questioned cost. 

(f) Following receipt of any additional information requested, 
the Controller's Office shall prepare a recommendation to accept 
or reject the corrective action plan for each fiscal compliance 
finding, recommendation or questioned cost. The Director of an 
affected division shall prepare a recommendation to accept or 
reject the corrective action plan for each program-specific 
compliance finding or recommendation. If the coirective action 
plan is rejected, the reasons for the rejection and an acceptable 
corrective action shall be specified. These recommendations shall 
be forwarded to the Controller's Office Audit Resolution^ 
Coordinator for Governmental Audits for coordination of a 
Departmental position on the corrective action plan. 

(g) The Secretary of the Department shall pro\ ide the local 
government or public authority with a written determination which 
accepts or rejects the corrective action plan for each audit finding, 
recommendation or questioned cost thai pertains to or otherwise 
affects a program of the Department. If the conecti vc action plan 
is rejected the reasons for the rejection and an acceptable 
corrective action shall be specified in the determination letter. If 
the corrective action plan indicates that the proposed corrective 
action for nonmonetary findings has not been implemented, the 
determination on all nonmonetary findings shall specify the time 
by which the local government or public authority shall implement 
the corrective action if different from llic time proposed in the 
corrective action plan. The determination on all questioned costs 
or other charges to the Department shall slate whether the cost or 
other charge is allowable or unallowable for reimbursement to the 
local government or public authority under applicable laws and 
rules. If a cost or other charge to the Deparlmenl is determined lo 
be unallowable for reimbursement, the determination letter shall 
require full monetary repayment to the Department within 60 days 
of the date of the determination letter. The amount of any cost or 
other charge determined to be unallowable shall consiiiuie a debt 
due the State of North Carolina until rcpaymcMii in lull i^ rcceixed 
by the Department, 

(h) A determination by the Secrelarx' nl ihe DepartniLiii reqtiired^ I 
under Paragraph (g) of this Rule shall become final unless a^' 
petition for a contested case is filed in accordance vviiliG.S. I.SOB- 



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(i) Upon a petition for a contested case tiled in accordance with 
fj.S. 1508-23 monetary repayment or implementation of a 
.irrective action required under Paragraph (g) ol this Rule shall be 
suspended only for indi\idual determinations or parts of a 
determination specifically disputed in the appeal. Interest may be 
charged under the conditions specified under Paragraph ( j ) of this 
Rule on the amount of any cost or other charge determined to be 
unallowable under Paragraph (g) of this Rule. 

(j) Except where otherwise pro\'ided by statutes or rules. 
Federal agencies are required to charge interest on overdue 
amounts in accordance with the Federal Claims Collection 
Standards (4 CFR Ch. II). The date from v\hich interest is 
computed is not extended by litigation or the filing of any form ol 
appeal. If a Federal agency charges the Department interest on the 
Federal share of an oserdue amount trom a local government or 
public authority, the Department shall charge the interest to the 
local government or public authority. 

(k) If a local government or public authority fails to make 
repayment of an amount due to the Department or obtain 
Department approval of a deferred payment plan by the "due date" 
specified in Paragraph (g) of this Rule, the Department shall offset 
the amount of the disallowance or any portion thereof remaining 
unpaid and any interest due from subsequent reimbursements or 
other amounts due the local government or public authority until 
the amount due is fully recovered. 

(I) A local government or public authority may propose a plan 
or repayment of amounts determined to be unallowable on an 

stallment basis. The local government or public authority must 

rtify that it is unable to make repayment by the "due date" 
specified in Paragraph (g) of this Rule and that commercial 
financing can not be obtained. Repayment of the Federal share of 
amounts determined to be unallowable shall not be allowed on an 
installment basis unless the Federal grantor agency approves of the 
installment plan or otherwise allows the Department the same 
installment repayment terms. Interest may be charged as specified 
under Paragraph (j) of this Rule while awaiting Federal approval 
of an installment plan or on installment payments. 

(m) If a local government or public authority fails to submit 
additional information requested under Paragraph (d) of this Rule 
or fails to implement corrective action within the lime frame 
established by the Secretary under Paragraph (g) of this Rule, the 
Secretary of the Department or the Director of the requesting 
division may suspend all or any portion of the administrative and 
indirect cost funding administered by the Department until such 
time as the required corrective action plan or additional 
information is submitted as requested. Alternatively, the Secretary 
of the Department may issue a unilateral determination on the audit 
findings, recommendations, and questioned cost requiring any 
corrective action and repayment of questioned cost deemed 
necessary for compliance with the laws and rules governing 
assistance programs affected. 



HistoiyNote: Aiitlwrirx G. S. l43B-l(Hj): 1438-139.1: 143B- 

♦ ^9.3: 159-34: 
ff. January I. 1990: 
Amended Eff. Auaiist /. 2000. 



i 



.0419 AUDITS OF HOSPITALS. NONPROFITS. 
HIGHER EDUCATION AGENCIES 

(a) Public and private hospitals, public and private institutions 
of higher education and quasi-public and private nonprofit 
organizations [recipient organization(s)| which receive, use. or 
expend State or Federal funds must comply with the requirements 
of G.S. I4.V6.I, Office of the Slate Auditor's Audit Advisory #2 
and OMB Circular A- 1 33 as applicable. These regulations detail 
reporting and other requirements that recipient organizations must 
meet in order to receive Slate or Federal funds. Depending on the 
amount of Slate or Federal funds received, used, or expended, the 
recipient organization(s) may be required to have either an audit 
made or a sworn accounting of receipts and expenditures. 

(b) The University of North Carolina and public hospitals 
operated by the State of North Carolina ha\e annual audits 
performed by the State Auditor. The scope of such audits and the 
contents of the audit reports are the responsibility of the State 
Auditor and shall he accepted and relied upon by the Department 
unless a cognizant Federal agency finds that such audits do not 
meet the requirements of OMB Circular A- 1 33. 

(c) The above audit requirements are not applicable to 
procurements. However, the purpose and substance of an 
agreement rather than form shall govern whether financial 
assistance was provided. A subrecipient is an entity that receives 
financial assistance passed down from the prime recipient. The 
subrecipient's responsibility is to help the recipient meet the 
requirements of the assistance award. The lest for a subrecipient 
relationship is whether financial assistance is received I'rom a 
recipient to carry out a program. A vendor is an entity that 
receives a procurement contract for goods or services. The 
vendor's responsibility is to meet the requirements of the 
procurement contract. 

(d) The above audit requirements do not replace a request for 
submission of audit reports in connection with requests for direct 
appropriation of state aid by the General Assembly through the 
Secretary of the Department for recommendations to the Governor 
and the Advisory Budget Commission and the General Assembly 
in accordance with G. S. 159-34. 

(e) The above audit requirements do not replace requirements 
for submission of a financial audit report or financial information 
by the Department in connection with applications for funding or 
licensure, provider certification or cost reporting, and other 
purposes not related to provision of State and Federal financial 
assistance. 

(f) The Secretary of the Department may grant a waiver of any 
or all of the audit standards to a recipient organization who does 
not receive any grants, contracts or other financial assistance 
financed in whole or in part with Federal funds when an audit of 
assistance financed with Stale funds is not otherwise required by 
law and is not cost effective. 

(g) Each recipient organization shall submit one copy of the 
audit report and corrective action plan required in Paragraph (a) of 
this Rule to each division of the Department which provided State 
or Federal financial assistance during the fiscal year covered by 
such audit within 30 days from the date the report is issued by the 
auditor, and no later than the 13th month tol lowing the close of the 
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(h) Upon receipt of the audit report tiie Department shall 
conduct a desk review of the audit report to determine if the 
reporting standards required in 0MB Circular A- 13? have been 
met. If an audit received from a recipient organization does not 
meet the standards required in OMB Circular A- 1 33. the Secretary 
of the Department shall issue a letter of determination to the 
recipient organization rejecting the audit and listing the required 
standards that were not met. The recipient organization shall be 
allowed no more than 90 days from the date of receipt of the 
Secretary's determination letter lo submit a revised audit report 
which meets the standards required m ( )MB Circular A- 1 33. If the 
recipient organization fails to submit an audit report revised in 
accordance with the determination letter, the Secretary of the 
Department may suspend further linancial assistance payments to 
the recipient organization or subject the recipient organization to 
an audit or compliance review by the Department or the State 
Auditor. 

(i ) The Department or any affected division of the Department 
may request any additional information deemed necessary for 
clarification of an audit finding, recommendation, questioned cost 
or the corrective action plan. The recipient organization shall 
provide the information to the requesting official within 30 days 
after the receipt of the request. If additional information or 
clarification from the independent auditor is requested, the 
recipient organization shall direct their auditor to provide the 
information requested to the requesting official. 

(j) If the Department has reason to believe that due professional 
care was not used in conducting the audit required under OMB 
Circular A- 133. or if the recipient organization or their auditor is 
unwilling or unable to provide clarification or additional 
information requested by an official of the Department, the 
Controller of the Department may make or arrange for any review 
of the auditors work papers deemed necessary for timely 
resolution of the audit findings, recommendations, or questioned 
cost. 

(k) The Secretary of the Department shall provide the recipient 
organization with a written determination which accepts or rejects 
the corrective action plan for each audit finding, recommendation 
or questioned cost that pertains to or otherwise affects a program 
of the Department. If the corrective action plan is rejected the 
reasons for the rejection and an acceptable corrective action shall 
be specified in the determination letter. If the corrective action 
plan indicates that the proposed corrective action for nonmonetary 
findings has not been implemented, the determination on all 
nonmonetary findings shall specify the time by which the local 
government or public authority shall implement the corrective 
action if different from the time proposed in the corrective action 
plan. The determination on all questioned cost or other charges to 
the Departinent shall state whether the cost or other charge is 
allowable or unallowable for reimbursement to the recipient 
organization under applicable laws, rules and other provisions of 
assistance agreements. If a cost or other charge to the Department 
is determined to be unallowable for reimbursement, the 
determination letter shall require full monetary repayment to the 
Department within 60 days of the date of the determination letter. 
The amount of any cost or other charge determined to be 
unall<iwable shall constitute a debt due the State of North Carolina 



until repayment in full is received by the Department. 

(1) A determination by the Secretary of the Department required 
under Paragraph (k) or Paragraph (h) of this Rule shall become 
final unless a petition for contested case is filed in accordance with 
G.S. 150B-23. 

(m) Upon a petition for contested case filed in accordance with 
G.S. 150B-23, monetary repayinent or implementation of a 
corrective action required under Paragraph (k) of this Rule shall be 
suspended only for individual determinations or parts of a 
determination specifically disputed in the appeal. Interest may be 
charged under the conditions specified under Paragraph (n) of this 
Rule on the amount of any cost or other charge determined to be 
unallowable under Paragraph (k) of this Rule. 

(n) Except where otherwise provided by statutes or regulations. 
Federal agencies are required to charge interest on overdue 
amounts in accordance with the Federal Claims Collection 
Standards (4 CFR Ch. II). The date from which interest is 
computed is not extended by litigation or the filing of any form of 
appeal. If a Federal agency charges the Department interest on the 
Federal share of an o\erdue amount from a recipient t)rganization. 
the Department shall charge the interest to the recipient 
organization. 

(o) If a recipient organization fails to make repayment of an 
amount due to the Department or obtain Department approval of a 
deferred payment plan by the "due date" specified in Paragraph (k) 
of this Rule the Department shall offset the amount of the 
disallowance or any portion thereof remaining unpaid and any 
interest due from subsequent reimbursements or other amounts due 
the recipient organization until the amount due is fully recovered. 

(p) A recipient organization may propose a plan for repayment 
of amounts determined to be unallowable on an installment basis. 
The recipient organization must certify that it is unable to make 
repayment by the "due date" specified in Paragraph (k) of this Rule 
and that commercial financing can not be obtained. Repayment of 
the Federal share of amounts determined to be unallowable shall 
not be allowed on an installment basis unless the Federal grantor 
agency approves of the installment plan or otherwise allows the 
Department the same installment repayment tenns. Interest may he 
charged as specified under Paragraph (n) of this Rule while 
awaiting Federal approval of an installment plan or on installment 
payments. 

(q) If a recipient organization fails to submit the conective 
action plan required under Paragraph (a) of this Rule or additional 
information requested under Paragraph (i) of this Rule or fails to 
implement corrective action within the time frame eslahlished by 
the Secretary under Paragraph (k) of this Rule, the Secretary of the 
Department or the Director of the requesting Division may suspend 
pa\tnent to the recipient organization of all or any portion of the 
administrative and indirect cost funding administered by the 
Department until such time as the required audit, corrcclive action 
plan or additional information is submitted as requested. 
Alternatively, the Secretary of the Department may issue a 
unilateral determination on the audit findings, recommendaiions, 
and questioned cost requiring any con"ecii\e action and repayment 
of questioned cost deemed necessary foi compliaiv e with ihe laws 
and rules goserning assistance prograii^ affected. 






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History Note: Aiitlioiitx G.S. l4.^B-n)(j): I43B-I39.I: 
Ejf.Janiiarx I. 19911: 
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FINANCIAL 



X)420 PURCHASE OF SERVICE VS. 
ASSISTANCE 

(a) Non-prot'il and t'nr pidfit agencies that recci\c Stale iir 
Federal liiianeial assistance either directly Ironi DHHS-as a 
recipient or indirectly as a subrecipient through contractual 
agreenienls with local agencies funded by DHHS shall have a 

onipliance audit pcrtiMiiied in accordance w ith OMB Circular A- 
33; howcNcr. Circular A- 1 33 does not apply to purchases of 
goods/services (vendors). 

(b) A recipient/subrecipient is distinguished I'roni a vendor 
(purchase of service agreement) by the degree of responsibility 
assumed to meet the requirements of the program. 

(c) In a financial assistance arrangement, the 
recipient/subrecipient receives the funding to carry out or 
administer a program. A recipient/subrecipient may be responsible 
lor determining who is eligible for participation in a program by 
applying pre-determined eligibility requirements. A vendor who 
reserves the right to reject a participant based on a criteria other 



than eligibility, does not become a recipient by exercising that 
right. A recipient/subrecipient is responsible for making 
programmatic decisions and its performance is measured against 
meeting the programs objeeti\es. Normally, but not always, there 
is an interest in how program funds are expended. Although 
recipienl/subrecipieni generally have cost reimbursement 
grants/contracts it is possible for them to have a fee/rate per unit of 
service arrangement. 

(d) A vendor (purchase of services/goods) is measured against 
the terms of a contract. Goods must meet certain specifications 
and services are measured against certain quality standards. A 
vendor normally operates in a competitive environment and once 
a pre-determined unit price has been established in a contract, 
usually there is no interest in how the vendor expends funds in 
meeting the vendors obligation under the terms of the contract. 

(e) In distinguishing between a purchase of service and financial 
assistance arrangement, the substance of the relationship is more 
important than the form of the agreement, 

(f) Reviewing a recipient/subrecipient"s contractual 
requirements and answering the folk)wing questions shall gi\e an 
indication of the type arrangement represented by the contract. 



Indication of 
Financial Purchase/ 
Assistance Service 
Yes No 



» 



8. 

9. 

10. 



Does the contract provider determine client ehgibility? 

Does the contract provider authorize services on a client specific basis? 

Does the ct>ntract provider determine the appropriateness of the services to be provided? 

Does the contract provider provide administrative tunctions, such as: 

a. Program evaluation? 

b. PiDgram planning? 

c. Monitoring? 

d. Develop program standards, procedures, and rules? 

Does the contract provider have responsibility for program compliance? 

Does the contract provider have to submit a cost report to satisfy a cost reimbursement arrangement'.' 
Does the contract provider have any obligation to the funding authority other than the delivery of the 
specified goods/services? 

Does the contract provider operate in a competitive environment? 

Does the contract provider provide similar goods or services to many different purchasers? 

Does the contract provider provide the goods or services within normal business operations? 



No 



Yes 



The list in this Rule is not intended to be all inclusive: however, 
the answers to the questions shall offer guidance in distinguishing 
between a purchase of service or financial assistance arrangement. 
There may be other factors that would influence the decision on 
whether a contract is classified as either financial assistance or 
purchase of service and the decision shall only be made after 
weighing all factors relative to the contract. All factors will not 
carry the same weight. As an illustration, if any of the answers to 
questions I through 5 are yes, the contract shall almost always be 
a financial assistance arrangement. However, regardless of the 

tswers to the questions, they shall not contradict a 
termination/classification that has been/or inay be made by the 
funding Federal authority. 



The funding DHHS Division shall be available to assist, on a 
timely basis, its local counterparts in making the distinction in 
unique situations. 

History Note: Aiithoritx G.S. 143B-lL){jH2}: 

Eff.Juue I. 1995: 

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TITLE 15A - DEPARTMENT OF ENVIRONMENT AND 
NATURAL RESOURCES 

CHAPTER 3 - MARINE FISHERIES 



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SUBCHAPTER 3P - HEARING PROCEDURES 



ESTUARINE AND PUBLIC TRUST WATERS 



SECTION .0100 - HEARING PROCEDURES 

.0101 LICENSE/PERMIT DENIAL: INFORMAL 
HEARING PROCEDURES 

(a) lithe Division decides \o deny or limit a renewal ol'a license 
or permit lor an acti\ ity of a continuing nature, the license sought 
to be renewed shall continue in effect as provided in OS. 1 50B-3. 

(b) Except in cases where G.S. I 13-171 is applicable, before the 
Division may commence proceedings for suspension, revocation, 
annulment, withdrawal, recall, cancellation, or amendment of a 
license or permit, notice shall be given to the license or permit 
holder notifying him that: 

( 1 ) He may request an i)pportunily to show compliance with 
all law ful requirements lor retention of the license in an 
inloinial meeting with Division personnel responsible 
for the initiation of the action to revoke the license; and 

(2) He has a right through filing a request for a contested 
case hearing in the Office of Administrative Hearings to 
a hearing before an administrative law judge and a final 
agency decision by the Marine Fisheries Commission. 

(c) Any requests for an informal meeting or administrative 
hearings shall be made to the person designated in the notice. 

(d) The Division may order summary suspension of a license or 
permit if it finds that the public health, safety, or welfare requires 
emergency action. Upon such determination the Fisheries Director 
shall issue an order giving the reasons for the emergency action. 
The effective date of the order shall be the date specified on the 
order or the date of service of a certified copy of the order at the 
last known address of the license or permit holder whichever is 
later. 

(e) When a license is summarily suspended and a request is 
made for an informal meeting or a hearing, the proceeding shall be 
promptly commenced and determined. 

History- Note: Authority G.S. 113-134: 113-171: I5UB-23: 
Eff.Jamiaiy I. 1991: 
Amended Eff. August I, 1999. 

.0102 CONTESTED CASE HEARING PROCEDURES 

Administrative hearings shall be held in accordance with G.S. 
150B, and the administrative hearing procedures codified at I5A 
NCAC 1 B .0200 

History Note: Authority G.S. J 13- J 34: 143B-289.52: 
Eff. January I. 1991: 
Amended Eff. Auaust 1. 1999. 

CHAPTER 7 - COASTAL MANAGEMENT 

SUBCHAPTER 7H - STATE GUIDELINES FOR AREAS 
OF ENVIRONMENTAL CONCERN 

SECTION .2100 - GENERAL PERMIT FOR 

CONSTRUCTION OF MARSH ENHANCEMENT 

BREAKWATERS FOR SHORELINE PROTECTION IN 



.2101 PURPOSE 

This general permit shall allow the construction of offshore ( 
parallel breakwaters, made from wood, plastic lumber, or metal 
sheet piling for shoreline protection in conjunction with existing or 
created coastal wetlands. This permit shall only be applicable 
where a shoreline is experiencing erosion in public trust areas and 
estuarine waters according to authority provided in 1 5 A NCAC 7J 
. 1 100 and according to the procedures and conditions outlined in 
this subchapter. This permit shall not apply within the ocean 
hazard AFC. the inlet hazard AEC, or waters adjacent to these. 
AEC's. with the exception of those portions of shoreline within the 
Inlet Hazard Area AEC that feature characteristics of Estuarine 
Shorelines. Such features include the presence of wetland 
vegetation, lower wave energy, and lower erosion rates than in 
adj(iining Ocean Erodible Area. 

History Note: Authority G.S. I I3A-107: II3A-n8.l: 

Efj.June 1. 1994: 

Amended Eff. Aumst 1. 2000. 

.2102 APPROVAL PROCEDURES 

(a) The applicant must contact the Division of Coastal 
Management and request approval for development. The applicant 
shall provide information on site location, dimensions of the 
project area, and his name and address. 

(b) The applicant must provide: 

( 1 ) confirmation that a written statement has been obtained 
signed by the adjacent riparian property owners 
indicating that they have no objections to the proposed 
work: or 

(2) confirmation that the adjacent riparian property owners 
have been notified by certified mail of the proposed 
work. Such notice shall instruct adjacent property 
owners to provide any comments on the proposed 
development in writing for consideration by permitting 
officials to the Division of Coastal Management within 
10 days of receipt of the notice, and, indicate that no 
response shall be interpreted as no objection. DCM 
staff shall review all comments and determine, based on 
their relevance to the potential impacts of the proposed 
project, if the proposed project can be approved by a 
General Permit. If DCM staff finds that the comments 
are worthy of more in-depth review . the applicant shall 
be notified that he must submit an. application for a 
major development permit. 

(c) No work shall begin until an on-site meeting is held with the 
applicant and appropriate Division o\ Coastal Management 
representative so that the proposed breakwater alignment can be 
appropriately marked. Written authorization lo proceed with the 
proposed development may be issued during ibis visit. 
Construction of the breakwater must begin within ')() da\s of this 
visit or the general authorization expires and it will bo necessary to 
re-examine the alignment to determine if the general auth(>rization 
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History Note: AiithoritxCS. 113A-I07: II3A-IISJ: 

Eft: June I. 1994: 

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TITLE 16 - DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC EDUCATION 

CHAPTER 6 - ELEMENTARY AND SECONDARY 
EDUCATION 

SUBCHAPTER 6D - INSTRUCTION 

SECTION .0100 - CURRICULUM 

0103 GRADUATION REQUIREMENTS 

(a) In order to graduate and receive a high school diploma, 
public school students must meet the requirements ofParagraph (b) 
of this Rule and attain passing scores on competency tests adopted 
by the SBE and administered by the LEA. Students who satisfy all 
state and local graduation requirements but who fail the 
competency tests shall receive a certificate of achievement and 
transcript and shall be allowed by the LEA to participate in 
graduation exercises. 

( 1 ) The passing score for the competency test, which is the 
same as grade-level proficiency as set forth in Rule 
.0304 of this Subchapter, shall be level III or higher. 
The four possible levels of achievement on these tests 
and for all tests administered pursuant to Section .0.300 

W^ of this Subchapter, shall be: 

" (A) Level I - fails to achieve at a basic level. Students 

performing at this level do not ha\e sufficient 
mastery of knowledge and skills in this subject 
area to be successful at the next grade level. 

(B) Level II - achieves at a basic level. Students 
performing at this level demonstrate inconsistent 
mastery of knowledge and skills that are 
fundamental in this subject area and that are 
minimally sufficient to be successful at the next 
grade level. 

(C) Level III - achieves at a proficient level. Students 
performing at this level consistently demonstrate 
mastery of grade level subject matter and skills 
and are well prepared for the next grade level. 

(D) Level IV - achieves at an advanced level. 
Students performing at this level consistently 
perform in a superior manner clearly beyond that 
required to be proficient at grade level work. 

(2) Special education students may apply in writing to be 
exempted from taking the competency tests. Before it 
approves the request, the LEA must assure that the 
parents, or the child if aged 1 8 or older, understand that 
each student must pass the competency tests to receive 
a high school diploma. 

(3) Any student who has failed to pass the competency tests 
m by the end of the last school month of the year in which 

the students class graduates may receive additional 
remedial instruction and continue to take the 
competency tests during regularly scheduled testing until 



the student reaches maximum school age. 

(b) In addition to the requirements of Paragraph fa) of this Rule, 
students must successfully complete 20 course units in grades 9- 1 2 
as specified in this Paragraph. 

(1) ElTective with the class entering ninth grade for the 
1998-99 school year, the 20 course units must include: 

( A ) four units in English, which must be English I. II. 
III. and IV; 

( B ) three units in mathematics, one of which must be 
Algebra I; 

(C) three units in social studies, one of which must be 
in government and economics, one in United 
Stales history and one in world studies: 

(D) three units in science, one of which must be 
biology, one a physical science, and effective 
with the class of 2004. one earth/environmental 
science; 

(E) one unit in physical education and health; and 

(F) six units designated by the LEA. which may be 
undesignated electives or courses designated 
from the standard course of study. 

(2 ) LEAs may count successful completion of course work 
in the ninth grade at a school system which does not 
award course units in the ninth grade toward the 
requirements of this Rule. 

(3) LEAs may count successful completion of course work 
in grades 9-12 at a summer school session toward the 
requirements of this Rule. 

(4) LEAs may count successful completion of course work 
in grades 9-12 at an off-campus institution toward the 
requirements of this Rule. No high school may approve 
enrollment in post-secondary institutions during the 
regular school year in excess of five percent of its 
enrollment in grades 10-12 except as allowed by the 
SBE. 23 NCAC 2C .0301 governs enrollment in 
community college institutions. 

(c) Effective with the class of 2001. all students must 
demonstrate computer proficiency as a prerequisite for high school 
graduation. The passing scores for this proficiency shall be 47 on 
the multiple choice test and 49 on the performance test. This 
assessment shall begin at the eighth grade. A student with 
disabilities shall demonstrate proficiency by the use of a portfolio 
if this method is required by the student's lEP. 

(d) Effective with the class entering ninth grade for the 1 992-93 
school year, special needs students as defined by G.S. 1 15C-I09. 
excluding gifted and pregnant, who do not meet the requirements 
for a high school diploma shall receive a graduation certificate and 
shall be allowed to participate in graduation exercises if they meet 
the following criteria: 

( 1 ) successful completion of 20 course units by general 
subject area (4 English. 3 math. 3 science. 3 social 
studies, 1 health and physical education, and 6 local 
electives) under Paragraph (b) of this Rule. These 
students are not required to pass the specifically 
designated courses such as Algebra I. Biology or United 
States history. 



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HistoiyNote: Authority G.S. 1 1 5C- 1 2(9)c.: 11 5C-8l(a): 

115C-180: N.C. Constitution. Article IX. Sec. 5: 

Eff.Julyl. 1986: 

Amended Eff. January 2. 1998: January I. 1993: Juh I. 1992: 

Temporary Amendment Ejf. April 24. 1998: 

Amended Eft. Auiiust I. 1999. 

SECTION .0200 - TEXTBOOKS 

.0210 DISPOSITION OF OLD TEXTBOOKS 

LEAs may dispose ol' textbooks which are no longer hsted on 
the state-adopted textbook list by sale, gift, or exchange. LEAs 
shall remit the proceeds of sale to the Department. The 
Department shall credit these proceeds to the LEAs textbook 
account. 

Hi.storx Note: Authority G.S. IJ5C-89: J 15C-J02(b): 

Eff. March I. 1990: 

Amemled Eff. Ausust L 1999: June 1. 1992. 

SECTION .0300 - TESTING PROGRAMS 

.0305 END-OF-COURSE TESTS 

(a) The LEA shall include each student's end-of-course test 
results in the student's permanent records and high school 
transcript. 

(b) The LEA shall give each end-of-course test within a 1 10- 
minute period within the final 10 days of the course. 

(c) LEAs shall use EOC test results as a part of the student's 
final grade. LEAs shall adopt policies regarding the use of EOC 
test results in assigning final grades. 

(d) Students who are enrolled for credit in courses in which 
end-of-course tests are required shall take the appropriate end-of- 
course test. 

(e) Students who are exempt from final exams by local board of 
education policy shall not be exempt from end-of-course tests. 

(f ) Each student shall take the appropriate end-of-course test the 
first time the student takes the course even if the course is an 
honors or advanced placement course. 

(g) Students shall take the appropriate end-of-course test at the 
end of the course regardless of the grade level in which the course 
is offered. 

(h) Students who are identified as failing a course for which an 
end-of-course test is required shall take the appropriate end-of- 
course test. 

(i) Effective with the 1999-2000 school year students may drop 
a course with an end-of-course test within the first 10 days of a 
block schedule or within the first 20 days of a traditional schedule. 

History Note: Authority G.S. 1 1 5C-1 2(9)c.: 1 15C-81(h)(4): 
Eff: November 1. 1997: 
Amended Eff. August 1, 1999. 

SUBCHAPTER 6G - EDUCATION AGENCY 
RELATIONS 

SECTION .0300 - SCHOOL-BASED MANAGEMENT 



AND ACCOUNTABILITY PROGRAM 



.0311 



GENERAL KNOWLEDGE TEST FOR 
CERTIFIED STAFF 

The general knowledge test administered to certified staff in 
low-performing schools under G.S. 1 15C-105..^8A shall be the 
reading and essay subtests of the Florida College-Level Academic 
Skills Test. 

Hi.'ito?y Note: Authority G.S. 1 15C-105.38A: 

Codifier of Rules Objected to the Findings of Need for the 

Temporary Rule Eff. April 15. 1998: 

Temporary Adoption Eff. April 24. 1998: 

Eff.Ausu.Kt I. 1999. 



TITLE 21 - OCCUPATIONAL LICENSING BOARDS 

CHAPTER 14 - BOARD OF COSMETIC ART EXAMINERS 

SUBCHAPTER 14H - SANITATION 

SECTION .0100 - ORGANIZATIONAL RULES 

.0112 CLEANLINESS OF CLINIC AREA: SUPPLIES: 
COMBS AND BRUSHES 

(a) The clinic area shall be kept clean. 

(b) "Waste material shall be kept in suitable covered receptacles. 
The area surrounding the waste receptacles shall be maintained ini 
a neat and sanitary manner. " 

(c) Sanitation rules which apply to towels and cloths are as 
follows; 

Separate and clean towels shall be used for each patron. 
After a towel has been used once, it shall be discarded 
and placed in a clean, closed container until properly 
laundered. 

There shall be a supply of clean towels al all times. 
All capes used on patrons shall be kept clean and shall 
not be allowed to come in direct contact with the 
patron's neck. 

(d) At least six combs and brushes shall be provided for each 
cosmetology operator and cosmetology student. 

(e) All combs, brushes, esthetics and manicurist instruments 
shall be cleaned and disinfected after each use in the following 
manner: 

( 1 ) They shall be soaked in a cleaning solution that will not 
leave a residue and. if necessary, scrubbed. 

(2) They shall be disinfected in accordance with the 
manufacturer's instructions that stale the solution will 
destroy HW virus, TB or HBV and is approved by the 
Federal Environmental Protection Agency. When 
selecting a disinfectant, caie shall be taken to choose 
one that will not shorten the service life of the comb, 
brush, esthetics or manicuring instrument. In using a . 
disinfectant, care shall be taken to weai' any personal^ 
protective equipment, such as gloves, recommended in' 
the Material Safety Data Sheet prepared on the 



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disinfectant by the manufacturer. 
(3) They shall be rinsed with hot tap water and dried 
thoroughly with a clean towel before their next use. If 
they are not used immediately, they shall be stored in a 
clean, closed cabinet until thev are needed. 



History Nate: Aiilhorin G.S. 88B-4: 

Eff. Febntarx I. 1976: 

Amended Eff. June 1. 1994: April I. 1991 : Januarx I. I9S9: April 

I. 1988: 

Temporary Amendment Eff. Jiiniiary 2U. 1999: 

Amended Eff. Aueiist 1. 2000. 



CHAPTER 16 BOARD OF DENTAL EXAMINERS 

SUBCHAPTER 16M - FEES PAYABLE 

SECTION .0100 - FEES 

.0101 DENTISTS 

(a) The following fees shall be payable to the Board: 

( 1 ) Application for general dentistry examination $500.00 

(2) Application for instructors license or renewal 

thereof $140.00 

{^) Application for provisional license $100.00 

(4) Application for intern permit or renewal 

thereof $100.00 

(5) Certificate of license to a resident dentist 

> desiring to change to another state or territory $ 25.00 

(6) Duplicate license $25.00 

(7) Reinstatement of license after retirement from 
practice in this State $225.00 

(8) Penalty fee for late renewal of any license 

or permit $ 50.00 

(b) Each dentist or instructor renewing his license to practice 

dentistry in North Carolina shall be assessed a fee of twenty-five 

dollars ($25.00) in addition to the annual renewal fee, to be 

contributed to the operation of the Caring Dentist Program. 

History Note Authority G.S. 90-28: 90-39: 90-48: 

Eff. September 3. 1976: 

Readopted Eff. September 26, 1977: 

Amended Eff'. August I. 1978: December 1. 1994: Mux 1. 1989: 

March I. 1988: Max I. 1987: 

Temporarx Amendnieiu Eff. October 28. 1998: 

Amended Eff August I. 2000. 

CHAPTER 18 - BOARD OF EXAMINERS OF 
ELECTRICAL CONTRACTORS 

SUBCHAPTER 18B - BOARD'S RULES FOR THE 

IMPLEMENTATION OF THE ELECTRICAL 

CONTRACTING LICENSING ACT 

I SECTION .0200 - EXAMINATIONS 

.0208 SPECIALLY ARRANGED EXAMINATIONS 

(a) Specially-arranged examinations are examinations given in 



the Boards office or elsewhere at a time other than during a regular 
semi-annual examination period. 

(b) Provided the conditions of this Rule are met, the Board's 
staff may accept applications for specially-arranged examinatit)ns. 
to expedite verification of references and qualifications of 
applicants, and to arrange for such applicants to take a 
specially-arranged examination if the staff finds that a 
specially-arranged examination is Justified. The Board shall 
consider and act on applications at the request of the application 
review committee or on written appeal of an applicant. 

(c) An out-of-state electrical contractor shall mean a person, 
partnership, firm or corporation currently operating an electrical 
contracting business in accordance with the laws t)f his or its home 
state, outside the State of North Carolina. The Board shall gi\e 
specially-an'anged examinations on a reciprocal basis for 
out-of-state electrical contractors whose circumstances require that 
they be licensed prior to the lime when a regular examination is 
scheduled and when such contractors are not eligible for a license 
pursuant to G.S. 87-50 because no reciprocal licensing agreement 
exists. An out-of-state electrical contractor's need to bid or 
otherwise offer to engage in a specific North Carolina project, the 
time-table for which will not permit waiting until the next 
semi-annual examination period, may constitute circumstances 
reasonably justifying the scheduling of a specially-arranged 
examination for the individual representing such out-of-state 
electrical contractor. 

( 1 1 To be eligible to lake a specially-arranged examination, 
the individual applying to become qualified must file 
with the Board an application, together with the 
following: 

(A) Information satisfactorily verifying that the 
out-of-state electrical contractor which the 
individual represents is engaged in a lawful 
electrical contracting business in its home stale. 
If the out-of-state electrical contractor is required 
to be, and is, licensed in its home state as an 
electrical contractor, this information must 
include written verification that the licensing 
agency of such state will grant the same 
specially-arranged privilege to North Carolina 
electrical contractors. 

(B) Information satisfactorily verifying the need for 
a North Carolina license prior to the next 
semi-annual examination period. 

(C) The specially-arranged application-examination 
fee as prescribed in Rule .0209 of this Section. 

(D) Information satisfactorily verifying that the 
applicant for the examination has met all the 
minimum requirements applicable to the 
classification involved as prescribed in Rules 
.0201, .0202 and .0210 of this Section. 

(2) The Board's staff shall approve the application if the 
out-of-state electrical contractor is required to be, and is. 
licensed in its home state as an electrical contractor and 
if the licensing agency in that state has committed itself 
in writing to grant to electrical contractors licensed by 
North Carolina the same privilege which the applicant is 
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(3) The applicunl shall take the examination for the 
classitiealion of license involved, and at such special 
time and place as mutually agreed upon by the Board's 
staff and the applicant. 

(4) Specially-arranged examinations shall he graded 
promptly, and immediately thereafter the applicant shall 
be notified of the results. If the applicant passes, the 
out-of-state electrical contractor which he represents 
will he eligible to apply for a license based upon his 
qualifications and. upon meeting all of the other license 
requirements applicable to the license classification 
involved, as prescribed in Section .()4()() of this 
Subchapter, a license shall be issued to the out-of-state 
electrical contractor with him indicated thereon as the 
qualified individual. If the applicant fails the 
examination, he will be required to wait the 
normally -required six-month waiting period between 
examinations before being eligible to lake another 
specially-arranged examination. However, if he meets 
all of the other requirements and wishes to apply to take 
another specially-arranged examination in a 
classification lower than the classification of his failed 
examination, or to apply to take a regular examination 
during the next semi-annual examination period, the 
normally-required six-month waiting period shall not 
apply. 

(d) A North Carolina electrical contractor shall mean a person, 
partnership, firm or corporation licensed by the Board to engage or 
offer to engage in the business of electrical contracting within the 
state of North Carolina. The Board shall give a specially-arranged 
examination for a North Carolina electrical contractor whose 
circumstances require that it be licensed in a classification higher 
than its current license prior to the time when a regular 
exainination is scheduled. A North Carolina electrical contractors 
need to bid or otherwise offer to engage in a specific electrical 
contracting project having a value exceeding the limitations of 
such contractor's current license, the time-table for which will not 
permit waiting until the next regular semi-annual examination 
period, may constitute circuinstances reasonably justifying the 
scheduling of a specially-arranged examination for the individual 
representing such North Carolina electrical contractor. 

( 1 ) To be eligible to lake a specially-arranged examination, 
the individual applying to become qualified must file 
with the Board an application, together with the 
following: 

(A) Information satisfactorily verifying the need to 
have the license upgraded prior to the next 
regular semi-annual examination period. 

(B) The specially-arranged application-examination 
fee as prescribed in Rule .0209 of this Section. 

(C) Information satisfactorily verifying that the 
applicant for the examination has met all the 
minimum requirements applicable to the 
classification involved as prescribed in Rules 
.0201. .0202 and .02 1 Oof this Section. 

(2) When an application for a specially-arranged 
examination is received, the Board's staff shall 



determine if the applicant is the duly authorized 

representative of an electrical contractor licensed by the 

Board and. if so, shall approve the application. 

(.3) The applicant shall take the examination for the' 

classification of license involved, at such time and place 

as mutually agreed upon by the Board's staff and the 

applicant. 

(4) Specially-arranged examinations shall be graded 

promptly, and immediately thereafter the applicant shall 

he notified of the results. It the applicant passes, the 

electrical contractor which he represents will be eligible 

to apply to have its license upgraded based upon the 

passing applicant's qualification and. upon meeting all of 

the other license requirements applicable to the license 

classification involved, as prescribed in Section .0400of 

this Subchapter, a new license shall be issued to the 

electrical contractor with him indicated thereon as the 

qualified indixidual. If the applicant fails the 

examination, he will be required to wait the 

normally-required six-month waiting period between 

examinations before being eligible to take another 

specially-arranged examination. However, if he meets 

all of the other requirements and wishes to apply to take 

another specially-arranged examination in a 

classification lower than the classification of his failed 

examination, or to apply to take a regular examination 

during the next semi-annual examination period, the 

normally-required six-month waiting period shall not 

apply. 

(e) For the purposes of this Subsection, the loss of a listed 

qualified individual shall mean a cuirently-licensed electrical 

contractor being left without a listed qualified individual regularly 

on active duty in its electrical contracting principal or separate 

place of business. The Board shall give a specially-arranged 

examination for an electrical contractor which has lost its listed 

qualified individual to have another representative take a 

specially-arranged examination for the purposes of maintaining 

continuity of such electrical contractor's business. To he eligible 

to take a specially-arranged examination, the individual applying 

to become qualified must file with the Board an application, 

together with the followinii: 



(1) 
(2) 



Information satisfactorily verifying the electrical 
contractor's need for a representative to take a 
specially-arranged examination before the next regular 
semi-annual examination period 
The specially-arranged applicaiiun-examinaiion fee as 
prescribed in Rule .0209 of this Section 
Information satisfactorily verifying that the applicant for 
the examination has met ail the minimum requirements 
applicable to the classification in\ olved as prescribed in 
Rules .0201. .0202 and .0210 ol this Section 



History Note: Aiitliorir\ G.S. 87-42: 87-4.y.\- ,'■ 

Eff. October /, 1988: 

Amended Eff. Ausiist L 1999: February I. 1990. 



-43,4: H7-44. 



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1 his Section contains the agenda lor the next meeting ol the Rules Review Commission on Thursday. Septemher 16. 1 999. 
10:00 a.m. . at I .^07 Glenwood A\e.. .Assembly Room. Raleigh. NC. Anyone wishing to submit written comment on any rule 
before the Commission should submit those comments to the RRC staff, the agency, and the individual Commissioners by 
Mondaw September 13. 1999. at 5'X)() p.m. Specific instructions and addresses may be obtained from the Rules Re\ iew 



Commission at 9 1 9-7.W272 1 . Anyone wishing to address the Commission should notify the RRC staff and the agency at 
least 24 hours prior to the meeting. 



RULES REVIEW COMMISSION MEMBERS 



Appointed by Senate 

Teresa L. Smallwood. Vice Chairman 
.lohn Arrowood 

Laura De\an 

Jim Funderburke 

David Twiddv 



Appointed by House 

Paul Powell, Chairman 

Walter Futch 

Jennie J. Hayman 

George Robinson 

R. Palmer Sut!>: 



RULES REVIEW COMMISSION MEETING DATES 



September 16. 1999 
October 2 1 . 1 999 



November 18. 1999 
December 16. 1999 



► 



LOG OF FILINGS 



RULES SUBMITTED: JULY 20. 1999 THROUGH AUGUST 20, 1999 



agency/division 



RULE NAME 



DEPARTMENT OF INSURANCE 

Suitability 

DEPARTMENT OF LABOR 

Scope 

Definitions 

Training and Education 

Resp./Syniptons Indicating/Dev./MSD 

Medical Management 

Actual Compliance or Safe Harbor 

DENR/SEDIMENTATION CONTROL COMMISSION 

Procedures: Notices 

EDUCATION. STATE BOARD OF 

Graduation Requirements 

Grade Level Proficiency 

Definitions 

Student Accountability Standards 

State Graduation Requirements 

Review Procedures 

• Local Accountability Procedures 

Students with Disabilities 
Students/Limited English Profieienev 



RULE ACTION 



11 NC AC 12.1025 Amend 



1.^NCAC7F.0601 Adopt 

1 3 NCAC 7F .0602 Adopt 

1 3 NCAC 7F .0603 Adopt 

1 3 NCAC 7F .0604 Adopt 

1 3 NCAC 7F .0605 Adopt 

1 3 NCAC 7F .0606 Adopt 



15 NCAC 4C .0107 Amend 



16 NCAC 6D .0103 


Repeal 


16 NCAC 6D .0304 


Repeal 


16 NCAC 6D .0501 


Adopt 


16 NCAC 6D .0502 


Adopt 


1 6 NCAC 6D .0503 


Adopt 


16 NCAC 6D .0504 


Adopt 


16 NCAC 6D .0505 


Adopt 


1 6 NCAC 6D .0506 


Adopt 


16 NCAC 6D .0507 


Adopt 



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STATE BOARDS/NC BOARD OF REGISTRATION FOR FORESTERS 



Purpose of Program 

Quulilications for Registration 

Examinations 

References 

Registration Fees 

Reciprocity 

Certification ol' Consulting Foresters 

Handling of Complaints 

Conlinuini! Education 



21 NCAC2U.0101 
21 NCAC20.0103 
21 NCAC20.0104 
21 NCAC20.0105 
21 NCAC20.0106 
21 NCAC20.0117 
21 NCAC20.0120 
21 NCAC20.0122 
21 NCAC2().()123 



NC HOUSING FINANCE AGENCY 

Persons and Families of Moderate Income 24 NCAC IH .010? 



Amend 
Amend 
Amend 
Amend 
Amend 
Amend 
Amend 
Amend 
Adopt 



Amend 



RULES REVIEW COMMISSION 

August 19, 1999 
MINUTES 

The Rules Review Commission met on August 19. 1999. in the Assembly Room of the Methodist Building, 1307 Glenwood Avenue. 
Raleigh, North Carolina. Commissioners in attendance were Chairman Paul Powell, Teresa Smallwood, Jennie J. Hayman, Walter Futch. 
Jim Funderburk. John Arrowood, Laura Devan. R. Palmer Sugg, David R. Twiddy. and George Robinson. 

Staff members present were: Joseph J. DeLuca. Staff Director; Bobby Bryan. Rules Review Specialist: and Sandy Webster. 

The following people attended: 

Harry Wilson 
Dedra Alston 
Dee Williams 
Emily Lee 
Mell Nevils 
Laura Grumpier 
Jennie Wilhelm Mau 
Sherri Knight 
Arthur Mewberry 
Jessica Gill 
David A. Hance 
Greg Bright 
Linda Suggs 
Charles Johnson 
Mary Johnson 
Mary Thompson 

APPROVAL OF MINUTES 



State Board of Education 

DENR 

State Board of Cosmetic Art Examiners 

TRANSPORTATION/Division of Motor Vehicles 

DENR/DLR/LQS 

Attorney General 

Attorney General 

DENR/GW 

DENR/DWQ/Groundwater 

DENR/Coastal Resources Commission 

DENR/DWQ/Groundwater 

DENRAVell Contractors 

NCASA 

Commerce/Finance 

Commerce/Finance 

DENR/Coastal Resources Commission 



The meeting was called to order at 10:01 a.m. with Chairman Powell presiding. He asked for any discussion. ccMiiments. or corrections 
concerning the minutes of the July 15, 1999 meeting. There being none, the minutes were approved. 



SWEARING IN OF NEW COMMISSIONERS 

Staff Attorney Robert A. Bryan. Jr. swore in new Commissioners Jennie J. Hayman and Walter Futch. 
FOLLOW-UP MATTERS 



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2 NCAC 2()B .0104: AGRICULTURE/Boaid of Agriculiurc - The rewrillcn rule subniilled b\ the agency was approved h> the 
I Commission. 

\m NCAC 4.^L .0309: AGRICULTURE/Board of Agriculture - The rewritten rule submitted by the agency was approved by the 
I Commission. 

2 NCAC 54 .0103 and .0105: AGRICULTURE/Agriculture and Consumer Services - These rules were returned to the agency. 

12 NCAC 9A .0103: JUSTICE/Criminal Justice Education & Training Standards Commission - This Commission will meet on August 
27. 1999 and the agency will respond alter their Commission meets. 

12 NCAC 9B .0107. .01 13. .0201, .0202. .0203. .0204. .0205. .0206. .0226. .0227. .0228. .0232. .0233 and .0305: .lUSTlCE/Criminal 
Justice Education & Training Standards Commission - The Commission will meet on August 27. 1 999 and the agency will respond alter 
their Ciimmission meets. 

1 2 NCAC 9C .02 1 1 . .02 1 2. and .02 1 3: JUSTICE/Criminal Justice Education & Training Standards Commission - This Commission will 
meet on August 27, 1999 and the agency will respond after the Commission meets. 

12 NCAC lOB .0103: JUSTICE/SherilTs" Education & Training Standards- This Commission will meet on September 16. 1999 and the 
agency v\ill respond after the Commission meets. 

1 5 A NCAC 7H .0309, . 1 805. and .2 1 05: DENR/Coaslal Resources Commission - The Commission approved the rewritten rules for .0309 
and .2105 submitted by the agency. They continued the objection to .1805 due to lack of statutory authority. In (f). the added provision 
allowing the division to approve work from May 1 through November 15 is a waiver provision without specific guidelines in violation 
ofG.S. 1508-19(6). 

16 NCAC 6C .0501 : STATE BOARD OF EDUCATION - The rewritten rule subtiiitted by the agency was approved by the Commission. 
[A motion to rescind the action taken last month to return 16 NCAC 6C .0304 to the agenc> for failure to comply with the rulemaking 

fON'isions of the APA failed on a voice vote. 

19A NCAC 31 .0307, .0402. and .0804: TRANSPORTATION/Di vision of Motor Vehicles - The rewritten rules submitted by the agency 
were approved by the Commission. 

21 NCAC 141 .0104 and .0107: Slate Board of Cosmetic Art Examiners - The rewritten rules submitted by the agency were approved 
by the Commission because they had obtained the necessary authority. 

21 NCAC 14J .0208 and .0501 - State Board of Cosmetic Art Examiners - The rewritten rules submitted by the agency were approved 
by the Commission. 

21 NCAC 14L .0101 - State Board of Cosmetic Art Examiners - The rewritten rule submitted by the agency was approved by the 
Commission. 

21 NCAC 14N .01 13 - State Board of Cosmetic Art Examiners - TTie rewritten rule submitted by the agency was approved by the 
Commission. 

21 NCAC 140 .0101 and .0104 - State Board of Cosmetic Art Examiners - The rewritten rules submitted by the agency were approved 
by the Commission. 

21 NCAC 14P .0105. .01 1 1. .01 12. .01 13. .01 14. and .01 16 - State Board of Cosmetic Art Examiners - The rewritten rules submitted by 
the agency were approved by the Commission. 

LOG OF FILINGS 

jhairman Powell presided over the review of the log and all rules were unanimously approved with the following exceptions: 

4 NCAC II Rules - COMMERCE/Commerce Finance Center - These rules were returned to the agency for failure to comply with the 
notice provisions of the Administrative Procedures Act. The Notice of Text provides that the comment period would be open through 

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May 17. 1999. The Submission Form indicates this rule was adopted by the agency on May 6, 1999. prior to the close of the comment 
period. In addition the notice states that the rules do not have a substantial economic impact of $5,000,000 in a 12 month period, but the 
fiscal note does show a total economic impact of $10,420,000 in fiscal year 1999-2000. This requires a 60 day comment period, rather 
than the .^0 day period prcwided for in the notice. (G.S. l50B-2l.2(f)). Therefore the agency needs to republish all these rules with the( 
proper comment period, observe the comment period, and then adopt the rules. 

I5A NCAC 27 .01 10 (subsequently renumbered as .0101 ) - DENR/Well Contractors Certification Commission - The Commission 
objected to this rule due to lack of statutory authority. In (i) there are no standards specified for approving organizational or individual 
sponsors of continuing education courses. Paragraphs (j) and (k) either redefine or repeat the contents of statutory definitions at G.S. 87- 
98.2. 

15A NCAC 27 .0201 - DENR/Well Contractors Certification Commission - The Commission objected to this rule due to lack of statutory 
authority. There is no authority cited for not charging well contractors who work for municipal go\erninents the exam or licensing fee. 
There is no indication given that it was the intent of the general assembly to make that exemption. 

15A NCAC 27 .O.iOl - DENRAVell Contractors Certification Commission - The Commission objected to this rule due to ambiguity. In 
(e)(2) it is unclear what constitutes a "business related to well contractor activities." It is also unclear what constitutes 
"satisfactory. ..equivalent experience." In (c)( I ) - (,■*) various tests to establish satisfactory experience are set out. Item (4) states that 
instead of ( I ) - (3) a person may submit evidence of equivalent experience. It seems that a person may show other ways of proving 
experience but it is unclear what the equivalence is. After all what is the equivalent experience to completing 25 wells in 24 months or 
"working in a well contractor activity for 24 months" that is not working in this activity '.' It is possible that the board may accept a 
combination of experience and education or education alone as an equisalent to the work experience, but that is not what the rule says 
or implies. 

1 5A NCAC 27 .04 1 - DENR/Well Contractors Certification Commission - The Commission objected to this rule due to lack of statutory 
authority. In (a) the Commission may allow an exam to be administered orally, rather than in writing for "exceptional" circumstances. 
This is a waiver provision. The Commission may not grant such a waiver without specific guidelines the agency shall follow in granting 
or denying the waiver. 

15A NCAC 27 .0420 - DENR/Well Contractors Certification Commission - The Commission objected to this rule due to ambiguity. In 
(2)(a) it is unclear what constitutes "a sufficient number of applicants" to justify scheduling an examination. In (2 Kb) it is unclear what 
constitutes "exceptional circumstances" or the standards the Commission shall use in deciding whether to grant or deny the application. 

1 5A NCAC 27 .04.-50 - DENR/Well Contractors Certification Commission - The Commission objected to this rule due to lack of statutory 
authority. Rules relating to internal agency procedures are not to be adopted as rules. G.S. 143B-I0(j)(.^). 

1 5 A NCAC 27 .0701 - DENR/Well Contractors Certification Commission - The Commission objected to this rule due to lack of statutory 
authority and necessity. This rule simply repeats the pro\isions of G.S. 87-98.5. is unnecessary, and violates G.S. 150B-I9(4). 

15A NCAC 27 .0810 - DENR/Well Contractors Certification Commission - The Commission objected to this rule due to ambiguity. In 
(1 ) - (4) of this rule, especially when taken with .0820. it is unclear what constitutes "course completion." "course credit." and what PDH 
credit the licensee will earn. 

I5A NCAC 27 .0820 - DENR/Well Contractors Certification Commission - The Commission objected to this rule due to ambiguity. In 
( 1 ) - (4) of this rule, especially when taken with .08 10. it is unclear what constitutes "course completion." "course credit." and w hat PDH 
credit the licensee will earn. In (5) it is unclear how the agency will determine that a course or activity contains "a clear purpose and 
objective and result|s| in the maintenance. impro\emenl. or expansion of skills.." "without scrutiny of individual colmsc content." 

15A NCAC 27 .0840- DENR/Well Contractors Certification Commission - The Commission objected to this rule due lo lack of statutory 
authority and ambiguity. There is no authority cited to grant an exemption frctm the statutory continuing educalicm re(.|uireiiienl. While 
an agency has the authority to grant exemptions to its own rules, it has no autht)rity to exempt persons from the slaluior) rei|Miremenls. 
at least not unless such authority is specifically granted by the legislature. Even if there is authority for this rule, il is unclear v\iiat 
constitutes "physical disability, illness, or other extenuating circumstances..." in (?). The logical question that needs lo be answered is 
what sort of disability, illness, or circumstances would render a person capable of performing satisfactorily as a well contracior but noti 
able to obtain or needful of obtaining continuing education hours. It is also unclear what standards the board shall u^i; in dci-rmining 
whether to grant the exemption. 



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1 COMMISSION PROCEDURES AND OTHER MATTERS 



Mr. DeLuca announced thai election ol' otHcers would take place next month. The Commission \oted to go into Executive Session to 
consider the lawsuit and hear from its attorneys. The Commission reconvened after Executive Session and voted to adjourn at 1 2:25 p.m. 



The ne.xt meeting will be on September 16. 1999. 

Respectfully submitted. 
Sandy Webster 



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J. Iii.s SecUcii ciiiiiiiiiis the full text of some of the inoie sif^iiificniit Achiiiiiistnitive Law Judge decisions idoiig with ait index 
to all recent contested cases decisions whicfi cue filed iiiidei North Carolina ,s Administrative Procedure Act. Copies of the 
decisions listed in the index and not published are available upon request for a minimal charge by contacting the Office of 
Administrative Hearings. (919) 733-2698. Also, the Contested Case Decisions are available on the Internet at the following 
address: http://www.state.nc.Hs/OAH/heariiigs/decision/caseindex.htm. 



OFFICE OF ADMINISTRATIVE HEARINGS 

Chief Administrative Law Judge 

JULIAN MANN. Ill 

Senior Administrative Law Judge 
FRED G. MORRISON JR. 

ADMINISTRA Tl VE LA W JUDGES 



Sammie Chess Jr. 
Bcecher R. Gray 
Melissa Owens 



Meg Scott Phipps 

Robert Roosevelt Reilly Jr. 

Beryl E. Wade 



AGENCY 

ADMINISTRy\TION 

Bnttha\eii. Inc \ Department of .Administration 

and 
Pnva-Trends. Inc. 
Laidlaw Transit S\cs. Inc \ Katie G. Dorsett. Sec'y/I^ept/Administranon 

OFFICE OF ADMINISTRATIVE HEARINGS 

Ted .Vlurrei!, Zarn. Inc \ Oltiee of Administrative Hearings 
Samuel Lee Ferguson v. Office of Administrative Heanngs 

AGRICULTURE 

Archie McLean v. Department of Agriculture 

ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGE CONTROL COMMISSION 

Alcoholic Beverage Control Comiriission \'. Keyland. Inc.. T/A Cloud '^ 
Alcoholic Beverage Control Cominission \. Food Lion. Inc., Store #1.^.'^1 
Alcoholic Beverage Control Commission \ . Beech Mountain Resort. Inc. 
Alcoholtc Beverage Control Commission v. Jaeson Nyung Kim 
Delnres Ann Holley v. Alcoholic Beverage Control Commission 

CRIME CONTROL AND PUBLIC SAFETY 

Paul Richard Mull v. Crime Victims Compensation Commission 
Bobby Mills v. Crime Victims Compensation Commission 
William Samuel McCraw v. Crime Victims Compensation Commission 
Anson D. Looney v. Cnme Victims Compensation Commission 
Elvin Williams. Jr. v. Crime Victims Compensation Commission 
Michael .Anthony Powell v. Cnme Victims Compensation Commission 
Mary Elizabeth Peoples Hogan v. Crime Victims Compensation Comm. 
Annahell B. McCormick v. Crime Victims Compensation Commission 

ENVIRONMENT AND NATURAL RESOURCES 

R.J- Reynolds Tobacco Co. v. Dept. of Fnvironment & Natural Resources 
Willie Setzer v. Department of Environment & Natural Resources 
Charles H. Jordan v. Brunswick County Health Department 
Mazzella's Restaurant. Peter D. Mazzella v. Carteret County Env, Health 
Roadway F.vpress v. Department of Environment and Natural Resources 
Shell Island Homeowners' Association v. DENR. Div of Fn\ Health 



CASE 




DATE OF 


PUBLISHED DI 


XISION 


NUMBER 


AL.I 


DECISION 


REGISTER CITATION 


98DOA0811 


Chess 


06/10/99 






99DOA010: 


Momson 


06/11/99 


14:02 NCR 


11. "5 


99 OAH 0665 


Chess 


07/14/99 






99 OAH 07 1 8 


Chess 


07/16/99 






98 DAG 1770 


Reilly 


07/12/99 


14:04 NCR 


349 


98 ABC 1099 


Overby 


01/17/99 






98 ABC 1270 


Grav 


0.V3I/99 


14:04 NCR 


347 


99 ABC 0287 


Reilly 


08/11/99 






99 ABC 0407 


Morrison 


07/09/99 






99 ABC 0875 


Gray 


08/10/99 






98 CPS 0342 


Chess 


07/26/99 






98CPS 1412 


Wade 


08/06/99 






98 CPS 1626 


Mornson 


06/09/99 






99 CPS 0096 


Momson 


0.V25/99 






99 CPS 01 18 


Owens 


08/0.3/99 






99 CPS 0426 


Reilly 


08/03/99 






99 CPS 0.104 


Reilly 


07/29/99 






99 CPS 0?64 


Phipps 


08/04/99 






9SEHR \^\5 


Wade 


06/04/99 


14:02 NCR 


ilO 


99EHR0I66 


Chess 


06/28/99 






9yEHR0201 


Morrison 


06/28/99 






99 EH R 0692 


Reillv 


08/19/99 






99EHR074,S 


Momson 


07/27/99 






99 EH R 08 14 


Owens 


08/18/99 







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IOivision of Air Quality 
Perrance W. Bachc. Pres , Terhane Group, Inc. v, DENR, Div/Air QualilN ^8 HHR 1790 



XVlll Airborne Corps & Fort Bragg. Dept. of the Army. USA \, 

Environment and Natural Resources. Div. of Air Qualiis 
J.D. Owen v. Environment and Natural Resources. Div. of AirQualilj 



En vironineniat ManagemeiU 

Allen Ravnor n. Environmental Management Commission 

Division of Land Resources 

Buel B. Barker. Jr. and Huhhard Realty of Winston-Salem. a NC Corp.. 
jointly and severally v. Dept, of Environment and Natural Resources. 
Di\- of Land Resources 

Division of Marine Fisheries 

Alton Chadwick \ r^i\ ision of Marine Fisheries 

Division of Water Quality 

York Oil Company v. DENR. Division of Water Quality 

.1. Todd Yates and Teresa B, Yates v, DENR. Div, of Water (Juality 

BOARD OF c;f:ologists 

Andrew M. Raring, PhD \, Board for the Licensing of Geologists 

HEALTH AND Hl'MAN SERMCES 

Eardley "JR" Stephens v, St, Bd, of Nurse's Aides and Practitioners 

Ernest Clyde Absher and Dianna B, Absher v. Health & Human Resources 

Andrew Gainey v. Office of the Chief Medical Examiner 

J,P, Lynch v. Department of Health & Human Ser\'ices 

Paul Walker, Thomas Walker &. Mary Walker \ Mecklenburg .Area 

♦ Menial Health 
New Hope Living Centers, Enc D. Lewis v. Health & Human Services 
kiank McKoy v. Department of Health & Human Services 
P>an Mane McDamel v. Department of Health & Human Services 
Lonnie Herring v. Department of Health la. Human Services 
Robert H- Riley v. Office of the Governor. Office of Citizen Services 

Division of Child Development 

Shaw Speaks Child De\- Cir \ Healths Human Svcs. Child Dev. 
Lachelle L. Parsons v. Health & Human Svcs. Div, of Child Dev, 
In The Beginning. Inc. v. Health & Human Svcs.. Div. of Child Dev. 
Dulatown Outreach Center. Inc. v. Health & Human Svcs., Child Dev, 
Michele Denoff v. Health & Human Services. Div, of Child De\ 

Division of Facility Senices 

Kelly M, Poole v. Health & Human Services. Div, of Facility Services 
Norma Faye Lewis v. Health & Human Svcs.. Div. of Facility Sen ices 
Delia C. Jones v. Health & Human Services. Div. of Facility Services 
FiTie Ruth Smith v. Health & Human Svcs,, Div, of Facility Services 
Dons Lavmer Moser v. Health & Human Services. Div. of Facility Svcs, 
Norma Faye Lewis v. Health & Human Svcs,, Div, of Facility Services 
Carolyn Grant v. Health i Human Services, Div, of Facility Services 
Marion Moser Thompson v. Health & Human Svcs,, Facility Services 
Rose Mane Hadley v. Health & Human Svcs,. Div, of Facility Services 
Sarah Frances Alford v. Health & Human Svcs,, Div, of Facility Svcs, 
.AKin L, Phynon Jr, v. Health & Human Svcs,, Dept, of Facility 
Barbara Rhue v, D.F,S 
Barbara Rhue v, DFS, 
Esther Nieves v. Health & Human Services. Div, of Facility Services 

Division of Medical Assistance 

Companion Health Care, Inc. v Div, of Medical Assistance. DHR 



Division of Mental Health, Developmental Disabilities and Substance Abuse Senices 

As by her parents and next Inends. D S & AS, \ . DMH/DD/SAS 49 DHR 0538 



CASE 




DATE OK 


NIMBER 


AM 


DECISK)N 


q8FHR 1790 


Mann 


06/2,1/99 


y9FHR0:8.^ 


Wade 


08/11/99 


99LHR()642 


Mann 


08/10/99 


99EHR0I27 


Gra\ 


07/27/99 


98 FHR I4.S7 


Morrison 


06/09/99 



Gray 



08/02/99 



I'l'BLISHKl) DEt LSION 
RK(;LSTEKCri ATION 



99EHR05?.1 


Reilly 


08/19/99 




97EHR 1026 


Phipps 


07/26/99 


4:04 NCR 143 


9SEHR 1456 


Wade 


06/22/99 




99 BOG 01 50 


Mann 


06/16/99 




98 DHR 0155 


Phipps 


08/25/99 




98 DHR 1622 


Reillv 


06/17/99 




98 DHR 1761 


Owens 


05/12/99 


4:01 NCR 69 


99 DHR 01 11 


Reillv 


05/25/99 




99 DHR 0155 


Momson 


08/19/99 




99 DHR 0170 


Owens 


05/2,5/99 




99 DHR 0226 


Wade 


07/06/99 




99 DHR (1.105 


Reillv 


08/05/99 




99 DHR 0350 


Reillv 


06/03/99 




99 DHR 0,156 


Wade 


07/21/99 




99 DHR (1042 


Grav 


07/22/99 




99 DHR 0445 


Reilly 


07/19/99 




99 DHR 0575 


Mann 


07/19/99 




99 DHR 0688 


Owens 


07/21/99 




99 DHR 0695 


Owens 


08/05/99 




97 DHR 0629 


Chess 


06/14/99 




98 DHR 1274"' 


Phipps 


07/02/99 




98 DHR 1680 


Grav 


06/09/99 




98 DHR 1774 


Chess 


07/14/99 




99 DHR 0074 


Wade 


08/06/99 




99 DHR 0144' ' 


Phipps 


07/02/99 




99 DHR 0145 


Mann 


06/11/99 




99 DHR 0216 


Grav 


08/13/99 




99 DHR 0218 


Wade 


08/06/99 




99 DHR 0220 


Phipps 


06/08/99 




99 DHR 02.10 


Mann 


07/07/99 




99 DHR 0401*" 


Wade 


07/30/99 




99DHR04I4*' 


Wade 


07/30/99 




99 DHR 0766 


Phipps 


07/21/99 




99 DHR 0762 


Owens 


07/29/99 





Consolidated Cases, 



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Division of Social Services 

Roheil H. Riley v la'dell County DSS 

Robert H. Riley v. Health & Human Svcs.. Div. of Social Services 

Joanna Price \ , Caldwell County Social Services 

Veronica Ouens \' Dept. of Social Services Union County 

CtuUl Support Fjifont'iiifiit St'ction 
Lindy Teachout \ Department of Health iV Human Sen ices 
Thomas Ashiev Steuart II v. Department of Health & Human Ser\ ices 
Richard Arnold Collins v. Jones County DSS 
David S. Blackwelder v Department of Human Resources 
Kenneth Wayne Adair v. Department of Human Resources 
Hun G. Stokes v. Department of Health & Human Services 
G.S. Hall V, Department of Health & Human Services 
Kenneth A McCrorie \ Department of Human Resources 
Donald Edward Law II \ . Department of Human Resources 
Robert M. Chandler Jr. v. Department of Health & Human Services 
Grady L. Chosewood \' Depanment of Health ^ Human Services 
Fulton Allen Tillman v. Department of Health & Human Services 
Nathaniel Alston v Department of Health & Human Services 
Bret Burtrum v. Department of Health & Human Services 
Cednc A. Hurst v. Depanment of Human Resources 
Dane Wesley Ware \'. Department of Health & Human Services 
Oscar William Willoughby Sr. v. Dept. of Health & Human Services 
Kelvin E. Townsend v. Department of Health & Human Services 
Billy J. Young v. Depanment of Health & Human Services 
Adelheide J. Cooper v. Department of Health & Human Services 
Beverly K Thompson v. Department of Health & Human Services 
Michael L. Timmer v. Department of Health & Human Services 
Elizabeth F. West v. Department of Health & Human Services 
Troy Gibson v. Department of Health & Human Ser\ ices 
Roy D, Washington v. Department of Health A; Human Services 
Larry Lowell Dixon v, Depanment of Health & Human Services 
Calvin D. Alston v, Departinent of Health & Human Services 
Marquel Simmons v, Depanment of Health & Human Services 
Gerald Scott Saucier v. Department of Health & Human Services 
Lawrence Gordon Soles v. Department of Health & Human Services 
Mohamed Moustafa v. Department of Health & Human Services 
Charlie James White v. Department of Health & Human Services 
Lane Bolton v. Department of Health & Human Services 
Earl C. Jones. Sr. v. Department of Health & Human Services 
Naion V. Pnde v. Depanment of Health & Human Services 
Kathryn P. Fagan v. Depanment of Health & Human Services 
Deborah Seegars v. Depanment of Health & Human Services 
Lillian Anne Darroch v. Departinent of Health & Human Services 
Evelyn C. Pratt v. Department of Health & Human Services 

JUSTICE 

Alarm Systems Licensing Board 

Terry Allen Bnckey \ .Marm Systems Licensing Board 
Travis Enc Reardon v Alarm Systems Licensing Board 
Bnan Anthony Bartimac v. Alarm Systems Licensing Board 
Paul Luke Walczak v. Alarm Systems Licensing Board 
Melvin T. Lohr v. Alarm Systems Licensing Board 
Bradford D. Penny v. Alarm Systems Licensing Board 
Benny L. Shaw v. Alarm Systems Licensing Board 
Donald Eugene Boger v. Alarm Systems Licensing Board 
Kajiir Washburn v. Alarm Systems Licensing Board 

Education and Training Standards Division 

Rock Steven Edwards \ Criminal Justice Ed (!v Training Stds. Comm. 
Anthony Scott Hughes v. Sheriffs' Ed. & Training Standards Comm. 
Hal Pilgieen v. Criminal Justice Ed. & Training Stds. Comm. 
Emma J. Kiser v. Shenffs' Ed. & Training Standards Coinm. 
Keith Allen Noms v. Shenffs' Ed. & Training Standards Comm. 
Sheny Da\is Kenney \ Cnminal Justice Ed. & Training Stds. Comm 
Russell Lee Yelverton v. Cnminal Justice Ed. & Training Stds. Comm. 



CASli 




DATE OF 


NUMBER 


AL,1 


DECISION 


99DHRn.^.'i4 


Wade 


07/21/99 


99DHR(»,'i.'; 


Wade 


07/21/99 


99DHRn520 


Morrison 


06/10/99 


99 MIS 0677 


Mann 


08/17/99 


98 CRA 0727 


Reillv 


06/24/99 


99 CRA 062X 


Reilly 


06/14/99 


96CSE 1810 


Reillv 


06/28/99 


97CSE04I6 


Morrison 


08/24/99 


98CSE0229 


Morrison 


06/10/99 


98 CSE 0898 


Gray 


07/2.1/99 


98 CSE 1 .^92 


Reilly 


06/24/99 


98 CSE I4.VS 


Grav 


08/04/99 


98 CSE L';86 


Momson 


06/2.^/99 


98 CSE 17811 


Phipps 


0,V27/99 


99 est 0.101 


Mann 


07/01/99 


99 CSE 0.1 1 1 


Reilly 


06/10/99 


99 CSE 0.1 17 


Mann 


07/01/99 


99 CSE 0.118 


Wade 


07/14/99 


99 CSE 0.1.10 


Chess 


08/10/99 


99 CSE 01.S9 


Gray 


06/28/99 


99 CSE 0171 


Momson 


06/28/99 


99 CSE 0171 


Phipps 


07/12/99 


99 CSE 0.174 


Reillv 


06/14/99 


99 CSE 0428 


Phipps 


07/19/99 


99 CSE 04.1.S 


Reillv 


06/14/99 


99 CSF 04.17 


Wade 


06/08/99 


99 CSE 0A5 1 


Momson 


0.V25/99 


99 CSE 0462 


Owens 


07/19/99 


99 CSE 0481 


Reillv 


06/25/99 


99 CSE 0? 18 


Momson 


08/24/99 


99 CSE O.'^li-) 


Owens 


08/10/99 


99CSE0.'i47 


Wade 


08/06/99 


99 CSE 0.S76 


Mann 


06/09/99 


99 CSF 05ii 1 


Momson 


06/09/99 


99 CSE 0.'i82 


Owens 


08/05/99 


99 CSE 0690 


Morrison 


07/20/99 


99CSE07.1.S 


Phipps 


08/06/99 


99 CSE 0801 


Gray 


08/10/99 


99 CSE 082."; 


Phipps 


08/20/99 


98 DCS 1769 


Momson 


06/25/99 


99 DCS O.'iO.'i 


Phipps 


06/.10/99 


99 DCS 0.S5.S 


Grav 


07/06/99 


99 DCS 08 1.1 


Owens 


08/25/99 



PUBLISHED DEHSION 
RE(;iSTER CITATION 



99 DOJ 0097 


Wade 


0.5/21/99 




99 DOJ 0446 


Phipps 


07/28/99 




99 DOJ 0487 


Momson 


0.5/2-5/99 




99 DOJ 0489 


Owens 


08/0.1/99 




99 DOJ 0490 


Momson 


05/24/99 




99 DOJ 0522 


Momson 


06/08/99 




99 DOJ 0521 


Momson 


06/08/99 




99 DOJ 07 15 


Owens 


07/29/99 




99 DOJ 07 16 


Owens 


07/29/99 




98 DOJ 0906 


Chess 


05/13/99 




98 DOJ 15.10 


Chess 


0.5/12/99 




98 DOJ 1775 


Chess 


06/09/99 




98 DOJ 1 791 


Gray 


06/07/99 




99 DOJ 0045 


Mann 


07/29/99 


14:(H NCR 


99 DOJ 0067 


Wade 


06/08/99 




99DOJ01.il 


Phipps 


08/11/99 





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AtiHNCY 



w^^vate Protective Services Board 

l^PFionuis E Mcwbiirn v. Private Protective Services Board 
T Vlichael Lynn Arler v. Private Protective Services Board 
lelfrey S. Moore v. Private Protective Services Board 
ioiinie Mane Keller v.. Private Protective Services Board 
■ih.iwn E. Alexander V. Private Protective Services Board 
Ronald E. Sulloway v. Private Protective Services Board 
RaMiiond Solomon v. Private Protective Services Board 
Charles E. Evans. Jr. v. Private Protective Services Board 
William E. Ellis. Sr. v. Private Protective Services Board 
Bobby .lames Nicholson v. Private Proteelixe Services Board 

PUBLIC INSTRl'CTION 

S.H bv and thiough her guardian and custodian, hi H. and H.H \ 

Henderson County Board o{ Educalion 
S.L.F. and S.FF. \'. Charlotte-Mecklenburg Board of Education 

ST ATK PERSONNEL 

Department oj Agriculture 

H.C. Troxler. Jr. v, Dept, of Agriculture and Consumer Services 

Community Colleges 

Thomas Michael Chamberlin v. Department of Community Colleges 

Correction 

E, Wayne Irx in v Department of Correction 

Peishield DeLoalch v. Department of Correction 

Deborah Smith v. Department of Correction 

Maydean L. Taylor v. Department of Correction 

■Ann McMillian \. Morrison ^'outh Institution. Department of Correction 

(Edward Alan Roper v, DOC. Div. of Prisons, Western ^'outh Institute 
^Carlos Stanley v. Department of Correction 
Pre\e A, Matthews v. Department of Correction 
Harry E. Kenan v, Capl. BE. Lewis. Polk Youth Institution 
Richmond Fulniore v. Department of Correction. Wake Correctional 
Jerry D. Crawford v. Department of Correction 
Charles Creegan v. Department of Correction 

Crime Control and Public Safety 

Thomas Michael Chamberlin v. DCCPS. Center for Missing Persons 

North Carolina School for the Deaf 

Eric Arden Hurley v. North Carolina School for the Deaf 

Employment Security Commission 

Russell J. Suga s. Employment Security Commission 

Health and Human Services 

Vera Crenshaw v, DHHS. Julian E, Keith Ale. & Drug Abuse Trtmt. Ctr 
Ivey G. Rhodes v. Pitt County Mental Health Center 
Odessa D. Gwynn v. Caswell County Health Department 
Dons Virginia Weanng v. Durham County Health Department 
Julia A Cameron v. John Umstead Hospital. Health & Human Services 
Jencv Abranis \ . Depanment of Health & Human Services 
Odell Hudson v. Health & Human Svcs.. Dorothea Dix Hospital 
Erica Joynes v. Durham County Department of Social Services 
Thomas Michael Chamberlin v. Off of Juvenile Justice. Juvenile 
Services Division. 14"' Distnct Court Division 

Johnston County 

Lili Romaine Lee v. County of Johnston 

Justice 

■omas Michael Chamberlin \'. Justice. Justice Academy 

Labor 

Robert C. Adams v. Department of Labor 



CASE 




DATE OK 


NUMBER 


AL.I 


DECLSION 


99DOJ0I01 


Owens 


07/30/99 


99 DOJ 0262 


Wade 


05/25/99 


99 DOJ 11488 


Morrison 


05/24/99 


99 DOJ 049 1 


Morrison 


05/24/99 


99 DOJ 0492 


Owens 


07/19/99 


99 DOJ 049.^ 


Morrison 


05/24/99 


99 DOJ 0494 


MoiTison 


05/25/99 


99 DOJ 0496 


MoiTison 


05/25/99 


99 DOJ 0.^27 


Momson 


06/08/99 


99 DOJ 0528 


Phipps 


08/17/99 


9SEDC 1124 


Mann 


06/11/99 


98EDC 1649 


Mann 


06/04/99 



99 0SP()659 


Chess 


07/27/99 


99OSP0286 


Phipps 


06/25/99 


94 0SP 1791 


Mornson 


05/18/99 


98 0SP 1026 


Gray 


08/11/99 


98 0SPII26 


Chess 


06/22/99 


98 0SP 1272 


Chess 


0.5/14/99 


98 0SP 1275 


Chess 


05/12/99 


98 0SP 1644 


Grav 


08/11/99 


99 OS P (1027 


Mtimson 


06/22/99 


99OSP0I62 


Momson 


08/20/99 


99OSP0257 


Phipps 


06/07/99 


99OSP04I6 


Mann 


06/04/99 


99 OSP 0.577 


Reillv 


06/02/99 


99OSP0765 


Reilly 


08/03/99 


99 OSP 0.596*' 


Gray 


08/16/99 


99 OSP 0087 


Redly 


06/24/99 


96 OSP 1122 


Reilly 


05/26/99 


98 OSP 0456 


Gray 


08/05/99 


98 OSP 0924 


Phipps 


07/09/99 


98 OSP 1299 


Gray 


08/25/99 


98 OSP 1432 


Reillv 


06/18/99 


99 OSP 005.3 


Momson 


06/22/99 


99OSP0I47 


Owens 


08/11/99 


99 OSP 0609 


Gray 


07/07/99 


99 OSP 0671 


Gray 


07/13/99 


99 OSP 0673*' 


Grav 


08/16/99 



99 OSP 0456 


Morrison 


06/02/99 


99 OSP 0308 


Phipps 


06/11/99 


99 OSP 0667 


Gray 


07/28/99 



PIBLISHEI) DECLSION 
REGLSTER C1TATK)N 



14:01 NCR 



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CONTESTED CASE DECISIONS 



Departmenl of I'uhlic Instruction 

John Lee Herbin \ Sniarkaiid Manoi" Training; School 
Linda 1^, Chapman \ Lenon Counlv Puhhc Schools 

Transportation 

Charles W. McAdanis \. Ucpt. of Transporlalion. Dn/Motoi" Vehicles 

Larry R. Lane v Department of Transportation 

Ronald Roberson \. Dept. of Transportation, Right-of-Way Branch 

Shelvia Davis v. Departmenl of Transportation 

Carmalita Daniels v. Department of Transportation 

Universit}' of North Carolina 

Wanda Troxler v. A & T Slate University and Dr. Ray J. Davis 
Vivian Smith Hammiel. Ling-Chih C. Hsu and Joel A Williams v. East 

Carolina University 
Vivian Smith Hammicl. Ling-Chih C Hsu and Joel A Williams \ , East 

Carolina University 
Vi\ian Smith Hammicl. Ling-Chih C Hsu and Joel A. \\ illiams v. East 

Carolina Universit\ 
Jackie S. Flowers v. Easi Carolina University 
Rex A. Coughenour v. University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill 
Anna Anita Huff v. Dr. Lonnie Sharpe/Dr. Reza Salami-Coll. /Engineering 
Rex A. Coughenour v. University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill 
Thomas Michael Chamherlin v. UNC & Chapel Hill. Dept. of University 

Housing. Division of Student Affairs 
HalyconTudie Blake v. University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill 
Rex A. Coughenour v. University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill 

DEPARTMENT OK TRANSPORTATION 

Peter Kay., Stem v. Department of Transportation 

UNIVERSITY OF NORTH CAROLINA 

Stephanie A. Payne v. UNC Hospitals 
Barhaia A Russell v. UNC Hospitals 
Rohin Perkins Stephens v. UNC Hospitals 
Rita Jo Kincaid v. UNC Hospitals 
Rita Jo Kincaid v, UNC Hospitals 



99 DSP 027.-1 


Giav 


08/04/99 


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08/16/99 


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06/2,^/99 


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06/11/99 


99 0SPni42 


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06/08/99 


99OSP0I56 


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06/2.V99 


99 OS P 0264 


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08/20/99 


97OSP0S19 


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08/02/99 


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07/06/99 


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07/06/99 


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07/06/99 


98 0SP I61S 


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06/24/99 


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08/27/99 


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07/16/99 


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08/27/99 


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08/16/99 


99OSP0686 


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07/08/99 


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Reilly 


08/27/99 


99 DOT 0668 


Owens 


07/29/99 


99 UNC 037? 


Momson 


06/21/99 


99 UNC 0.S40 


Gray 


08/11/99 


99 UNC 0.'i6,3 


Owens 


07/21/99 


99 UNC 0746*' 


Reilly 


08/09/99 


99 UNC 0747*- 


Reilly 


08/09/99 



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